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About Reform UK and what we stand for.


This is a perfectly good question for you to ask before committing to supporting, voting or even joining Reform UK. The mainstream news outlets have a tendency to ignore Reform UK because we speak up for regular people who are battling to make ends meet.


Below are the eight principles that guide our polices and prospective manifesto.

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The principles of Reform UK

I. The State is our servant, not our master

Governments must recognise they may only govern by consent, that the people hold the power over them.

 2. People are free

Certain freedoms, rights and liberties should always be guaranteed, regardless of circumstance.

Governments must demonstrate beyond reasonable doubt when limiting freedoms that are conducive to the common good. Freedom of speech, faith, expression and conscience should always be guaranteed.

3. The tax burden should always be minimal

Governments should reduce taxes to a minimum and demonstrate value for money for every pound spent.

4. Property-owning Democracy.

People should have the right to ownership of property and goods without the burden of undue taxation or predatory practices by larger entities. Cash must also be preserved as a way of limiting the power of the state and other bodies.


5. Defence of the Realm

The Government's first duty is to defend the people from foreign and domestic threats to life, property and liberty.

6. Free Enterprise Regulations should be kept to a minimum so as not to discourage enterprise.

Regulations should not benefit larger organisations over smaller entities. The focus of regulation should be on protecting the rights of the consumer and employees from harm.

7. Certain duties belong only to the State’

0nly the state should provide defence, policing, judicial functions, border security and prisons.

8. National sovereignty

The Government should protect at all times our institutions, democratic process, culture and national discourse from undue foreign, supranational or corporate influence.

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