Local elections are taking place on May 3 in many regions around the United Kingdom, including throughout London. The Federalist Party is fielding two candidates, one each in the boroughs of Lambeth and Haringey. This is the second year in a row we have fielded candidates in the May local […]
In December last year residents of Doncaster and Barnsley voted to reject the government’s ‘Sheffield City Region’ combined authority which will see an elected metro mayor in a region straddling South Yorkshire, and parts of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. Communities Secretary Sajid Javid has persistently rejected demands from many of the […]
Yesterday (February 14, 2018), Boris Johnson gave his much anticipated speech on Brexit. It was an effort to reach out to Remain voters, and to supposedly make the case for a so called Liberal Brexit. He wants to argue that Britain can have a better, more prosperous future outside the […]
How far we’ve come and how far there’s still to go World’s Graphic Press Limited Roberta Guerrina, University of Surrey As we mark the centenary of women’s votes in the UK, it’s important to reflect both on the achievements of the women’s rights movements as well as the work that […]
As federalists, we believe that the emergence of an institutional framework for political co-operation in Europe has been fundamental to securing peaceful mutual development and growing prosperity amongst the nations of Europe.
On Friday October 27th, the Catalan parliament in Barcelona issued a declaration of independence, proclaiming Catalonia to be a sovereign and independent republic, separate from Spain. Of course the validity and legality of this dramatic step is, as I write, deeply contested both within and beyond Catalonia, but support is […]