Stronger Towns Fund: This isn’t bribery, it’s daylight robbery.

On Monday (4 March) the government announced its ‘Stronger Towns Fund’ which it hailed as “a £1.6 billion fund to boost growth and give communities a greater say in their future after Brexit”.  Most of the media’s coverage of this has focused on claims that this fund is in fact an attempt by the Prime [...]

Blog: Brexit chaos blazons the urgency of reform

Earlier this month the Japanese car maker Honda revealed (18/2/19) are likely to close their Swindon factory in the coming years, putting all 3,500 of their employees at the site out of work. This news came just a day after the airline FlyBmi collapsed and earlier this month the decision by Nissan not to build [...]

Federalist Party Responds to Labour and Tory Resignations

Federalist Party Statement Wednesday 20 February, 2019 We welcome the bold move taken this week by Labour and Conservative MPs to split from their Parties. We support them and all the others, both Labour and Conservative who are increasingly arriving at the conclusion that their traditional parties no longer adequately represent them or their constituents. [...]

Edinburgh AGM Report

Edinburgh Quaker Meeting House On Saturday 19th January the Federalist Party held its Annual General Meeting in Edinburgh. The meeting received reports on the party’s political and campaigning activities for 2018 as well as a report on the party’s finances. Members then discussed and approved the party’s new constitution which provides clearer governance and facilitates [...]

Federalists Lobby for PR for Westminster

On Tuesday 11 December 2018 Federalist Party members took part in the People’s Lobby for Proportional Representation, a day of lobbying and other events at Westminster organised by the campaign group Make Votes Matter. The event brought together a wide range of people from different political parties and campaigns as well as independents to meet [...]