Pan-Europeanbecause we need to come together to tackle the challenges that our countries face.
A movementbecause we are a group of people, who share the same values, who get things done and who want to take up responsibility.
Our vision:Is that politics should be as locally as possible, because that’s where people live. We want a policy approach based on pragmatism and evidence based on what works best in a community.
We’re pleased to announce the candidates for the Volt UK Board and the positions they have applied for!
After months of dithering and delay, Sunak last week announced the cancellation of HS2. The decision confirms that the last 13 years of Conservative Government have been a failure.
Damian Boeselager, Volt representative in the European Parliament, has called for electoral reform in the UK in support of Volt UK. The Pan-European Party stands against unfair electoral procedures both in the European Parliament and at home. “Volt believes that elections need to be both local and proportional. Biased systems like First Past The Post…
Being a member lets you vote in internal elections and shape the future of our movement.