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Welcome to Volt UK!

The
Pan-European
Party

At Volt, we connect citizens from all over Europe into a united political force to find real solutions to the challenges of today and tomorrow that no single country can solve alone.

We are more than just a party, we are a movement shaping the future for our communities, our Britain and our Europe.

Volt in the UK

Britain is a mess, the country is divided. The Government is inept and fails to listen to the people. The government received 44% of the vote yet have the power to rule unchallenged. It is time to challenge them.

Climate Change

Flight the Climate Extinction.

Empower Communities

Fight for a Federal Britain where our communities are at the centre of politics, not Westminster.

Empower People

Give people the avenues to affect change.

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Meet Damian
MEP

Volt Deutschland

“When looking at Europe, one of the greater overarching problems we came across was the lack of common European solutions, for pan-European issues. From the lack of a common framework on migration and asylum to dealing with climate change across all 28 countries.”

Check out the other Volt representatives across Europe.

Global politics are broken. It’s your turn to fix it!

Founded in 2017 by three Europeans from France, Germany and Italy in the light of the Brexit referendum and the rise of populist movements, Volt was born as a pan-European movement and party aimed to push for a more progressive, pragmatic, evidence-based policy approach to transnational issues such as populism, discrimination, social and economic inequality, corruption and climate change.

Volt is the first successful pan-European political movement, focused on empowering citizens in politics for a Europe based on a strong political union between the European nations, where risks are shared and benefits reach everyone, not just a few. Through a grassroots approach to politics, and community organising initiatives, we are connecting and enabling communities, at local and national level, to become empowered and fight for a better future.

UK Teams

London
Birmingham
Edinburgh
Manchester
Newcastle
Leeds
Hampshire
Devon
Warwickshire
East Midlands
Gloucestershire
Wiltshire
North Wales
Cambridge
Oxfordshire

Volt UK has teams across the country who would love to hear from you. Politics is for everyone, starting at the local level and building up. To change politics we must empower communities. Join us and we’ll get you in touch with your nearest Volt team.

Updates from Volt UK

Volt Warwickshire announces candidate for Cubbington & Leek Wooton

Volt Warwickshire is standing a candidate for the Warwickshire County Council elections to protect local businesses from Brexit, develop more affordable housing opportunities and to improve the aging …

Volt Scotland and Renew Scotland Campaign Announcement
Volt Announces Scottish Parliament Election Bid

Volt Scotland is putting forward two young candidates, Andrea Kozlowski in Glasgow and Stefan Diesing from Mid Scotland & Fife with the Renew Scotland. Volt, mainly a youth led organisation…

Pro-Europeans finally have a list to represent them – Volt UK announces a ‘Rejoin EU List’ for the London Assembly.

Pro-Europeans finally have a real pro-European party to vote for on the London Assembly as Volt UK and its partners are launching a pro-European list under a ‘Rejoin EU’ banner.

Confessions of a Tory Refugee

I had to leave the Conservatives. No amount of pontificating by them can bring me back now. The damage they have caused to the country and to my children’s future is too great. I found myself a Tory r…

Volt stands more firmly for Rejoin as a thin fig leaf Brexit deal forgets what we actually loved about Europe. Food, Holidays and Friends.

A Brexit Deal is most certainly welcomed against a no deal however it fails to protect the issues that real people actually cared about. British people care about being able to take their dog on holid…

We must ‘Rejoin’, here is the roadmap.

“I think the idea that people want to re-visit this in two or three years’ time, I think that’s for the birds” Ed Davey These words have been controversial for pro-Europeans. It proved that…