Frank can't wait - Tell Opposition Leaders to work together

The UK is one of the richest countries in the world but under this Conservative government, those most in need are coping with less and less.

As prices spike thousands have had support removed after being subjected to often degrading and humiliating assessments.

Since 2018, the Government wrongfully removed payments for almost 300,000 people. 1,000 of them died waiting for this error to be corrected.

The Conservatives have cut welfare spending by £37billion since 2010. They have wastefully spent more than £60billion of public money in the last 3 years alone. If the Conservatives remain in power, they will take more from those most in need and hand more public money to their mates.

Frank can’t wait. Something must change.

Our outdated voting system keeps the Tories in power with a minority of votes. If the share of seats matched the share of votes they received, the Conservatives would have only won 2 of the last 21 elections. Even Margaret Thatcher would have failed to secure a majority.

Right-wing parties worked together to win the last two elections with around 40% of the vote but getting 56% of the seats. Opposition parties must beat them at their own game. Consistently, Labour, the Liberal Democrats and Green Party together outpoll the parties of the right. Latest constituency-level polling shows that by cooperating in just 100 out of 650 seats, they can lock the Tories out of power and help people like Frank.

End minority rule in Britain. Write to the leaders of the UK's opposition parties and tell them to work together at the next General Election.

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