ProgressiveWe seek to bring about the positive changes that reduce suffering and promote well-being across all of society.
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A movementdedicated to unleashing the power inside all of us to bring about positive change in our communities and our politics.
Our vision:Progressive co-operation to defeat populism. We seek to return politics to the work of empowering individuals and communities, and identifying and delivering the evidence-based policies that improve people’s lives.

Ewan Hoyle
Volt’s candidate for the
Glasgow City Council election 2022


More collaboration and less division
Ewan Hoyle
Ewan Hoyle
Progressive politics in the UK and Scotland can only start once the Conservatives are removed from power at Westminster. A vote for Volt tells the progressive parties they need to put their differences aside and work together to get the Tories out, bring in proportional representation and keep the Tories out of majority power.
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Andrea Kozlowski
Andrea Kozlowski
I could not identify with the existing parties. Feeling unsatisfied with the current trend in politics. To me very egocentric, not thinking about the next generations or the future in general. Volt gave the possibility to be myself & act in politics without giving up my own ideas. Volt is a party for the people.
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Something wrong in your neighbourhood?
Pollokshields Volt candidate, Ewan Hoyle, has identified glaring deficiencies in the council’s reporting system for drain, pavement and road issues. They ask you to put a pin in a map, but then that pin generates a report which only says “The location is on or near Pollokshaws Road” (for example. Pollokshaws Road is nearly 3 miles long). Until the council produces a more effective reporting system, we invite Glasgow City Council and the people of Glasgow to use this mapping tool instead.
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