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Work Together to Build the Alliance

Political parties that share aims and values should be willing to work together to win and to acheive their shared goals. We are faced with a government determined to sever the UK's ties with our closest allies and neighbours in Europe and tear up our democratic rights and systems at home. 

Parties that share values of openness, tolerance, internationalism and freedom of speech must work together to beat them. It's not easy, but if progressive parties can work together to win elections they can put a stop to this government's regressive agenda and create a modern, fairer voting system so we never have to vote tactically again. 

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Campaign News

New MRP election pact analysis: Labour's chances at the next General Election New election polling: Labour projected to fall short of majority despite month of scandal and cost of living crisis Data doesn’t lie. Using it can get this sleaze ridden, lawbreaking Government out of No.10 Gray Report: Conservative MPs must do the patriotic thing and remove Johnson Tory MPs must remove PM after rule breaking birthday party Lib Dem North Shropshire victory: Stand asides needed in next general election Xmas party scandal: Most Brits now don’t trust government on pandemic and say it will damage Covid compliance Opposition cooperation in a minority of seats can remove Tories from power Myths-Busted: Lib Dem voters twice as likely to back Labour before voting Conservative Will Labour accept sharing power to win? Never again. You cannot call yourself ‘anti-racist’ unless you are prepared to do everything to get rid of these people Tactical Voting in Chesham Government lose MP seat as Lib Dems claim stunning by-election victory Our values UK voters are ready for a new voting system, including half of Conservative voters The UK is internationalist by instinct Labour would win up to 351 seats by working with Greens and Lib Dems 800,000 voted tactically in line with Best for Britain’s advice

Support electoral co-operation to beat the Johnson Government

Labour, Lib Dems and Greens must work together

The voting system works in the Conservative's favour and if the opposition parties want to beat them at the next General Election they will need to work together and commit to making the voting system fairer.

To win, Labour needs to do what the Conservatives most fear them doing, and that’s working with the Lib Dems and Greens at election time. The parties on the right reliably stand down for each other to secure majority governments on a minority of the votes, and  our data shows that the safest way for opposition parties to defeat this corrupt and failing Government is to stand aside for one another in the seats they can’t win. 

Add your name to the call for election co-operation to end this government, tell them:

I support election co-operation between Labour, Liberal Democrats and the Green Party and call on the leaders of the three parties to find every way to end the Johnson government and implement a fairer voting system.

Party leaders Keir Starmer, Ed Davey, Carla Denyer and Adrian Ramsay - you have a chance to come together to put the UK back on the right track. Don't let them win another term.

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UPDATE May 2022 - New Best for Britain poll shows opposition parties can win if they work together

To win, Labour needs to do what the Conservatives most fear them doing, and that’s working with the Lib Dems and Greens at election time. The parties on the right reliably stand down for each other to secure majority governments on a minority of the votes, and our data shows that the safest way for opposition parties to defeat this corrupt and failing Government is to stand aside for one another in the seats they can’t win. 

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It is time the opposition parties did the grown-up thing. It is time for them to choose to work together to win the next election. It's the only way to fix our broken system and get a better democracy and a better future.

We know this can work. We know how to do it. Find out more.

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Best for Britain stands for cooperation, and working together. These same values apply to politics. We want to see parties and campaigners like us working together to get what's best for all of us. 

This government passed the Elections Act to extend the unfairness of 'safe seats' to other types of elections that already have proper modern, fairer voting systems. And to reduce the power of the Electoral Commission to hold politicians and parties to account. Parties need to work together so they can win together and make elections fairer - together. They need to undo what this government has done.

We know this can work. We know how to do it. Find out more.

When we work together, we win. It's as simple as that!

Together we will bring together people and parties from across politics to work together to build a better democracy.


LATEST UPDATES


UPDATE - it’s March 2022

It’s now March, and partygate seems to lie forgotten.    

British politics may be focused on Ukraine - and rightly so. But we must stand up to corruption and authoritarianism wherever we find it. It does not bode well for our objectives abroad that our elected leaders are yet to receive so much as a slap on the wrist for all their rule breaking and bending at home. 

In fact, it doesn’t bode very well for democracy at all - and we need to do something about this.

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7 December - UPDATE: Video of No10 staffers laughing about lockdown Christmas party

...now we must persuade opposition parties to get together to remove this government

Leaked footage from inside 10 Downing Street of Boris Johnson's closest aides laughing about the party they held last Christmas has emerged. While the rest of us were in lockdown and unable to meet loved ones, this government thought the rules didn't have to apply to them.

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2nd July 2021 - UPDATE: Labour WIN in Batley & Spen By-Election

A long and hard-fought election resulted in Labour keeping hold of the seat by just 323 votes. This is a win for openness and tolerance, but it didn't need to be such a tight race. George Galloway's campaign squeezing Labour's vote shows just how important it is for the pro-internationalist parties to work together at elections. We will work hard to show the parties how to cooperate!


18th June 2021 - UPDATE: Lib Dems WIN Chesham & Amersham By-Election 

A stunning victory for Sarah Green and the Lib Dems in Chesham & Amersham shows just what can be achieved. We look forward to Batley & Spen where we wish Kim Leadbeater good luck on 1st July 2021. 


12th May 2021 - UPDATE: The Chesham & Amersham by-election has been announced.


9th May 2021- UPDATE: IMPORTANT NEWS: The government is planning to bring forward plans to change voting systems across the country back to First Past The Post - all because Labour won some of the mayoral elections!

Please support our work to ensure that no part of the country returns to this older system. The United Kingdom stands alone in its use of FPTP, with the only other European country still using it being Belarus. Everything raised by the 'Better Democracy Fund' is used by Best for Britain to bring progressive parties together or to campaign for a change in our voting system, to make all votes count.


6th May 2021 - UPDATE: By-election in Batley and Spen likely, following Tracey Brabin's successful bid to become Mayor of West Yorkshire. This is the seat formerly held by murdered MP Jo Cox.


 

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