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.
David F Davies
Volt’s candidate for the
Cardiff Council election 2022
Volt UK and Volt Ireland are deeply concerned about the current state of political deadlock in Northern Ireland.
Volt is calling upon the DUP and the British Conservative Party to end their attempts to block the restoration of the Stormont institutions – and accept the NI Protocol. A clear majority of the MLAs elected in the NI Assembly elections on 5th May 2022 are in favour of the NI Protocol. The people of NI now need their elected representatives to get back to work and deal with the urgent issues that affect their lives – such as health, education and the cost of living crisis.
Volt UK was the only political party that submitted written evidence in response to the Committee’s Call for Evidence on “Future Governance of the UK”
For the radicalism needed if the UK union is to have a future, Volt UK argues that changes associated with a Federal UK; Electoral Reform; a Citizens’ Assembly; a Written Constitution; and the Reform of Local Government are necessary.
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…
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