Direct Democracy in the UK

The problem is not in the system. The system itself is the problem.

People in the UK are now ready to reject the government’s hard power control tactics as a means of governing the country.

The UK’s Government hasn’t been considering the views of its people, which they are meant to represent, for a very long time, most recently proven throughout the Covid-19 crisis.

Decisions on key issues impacting us all are made by a few, in isolation. We have also seen unprecedented levels of corruption and greed, with a total lack of accountability to the electorate of those in power.

Take Control – Now!

Now is the time for everyone to play their part in regaining control of the country’s destiny, not just for our generation, but for our children, grandchildren and for generations to come.

This new alternative is powerful, it’s sustainable and will return control to the people by considering everyone’s views. It will share power as widely as possible and by its very nature will make government directly accountable to the people.

We are talking about introducing a truly Democratic government, one founded on the principles of Direct Democracy. Click on Referendum, Recall and Initiative below to open a new tab to find out more. Click Contact to get in touch.

Join our movement here!
So, what do you want in the future?
☑️ Do you want to have a say in major decisions affecting the nation?
☑️ Are you concerned that the political class is too ready to listen to special interests and not voters?
☑️ Does the assault on freedom of speech and other liberties worry you?
☑️ Do you want to do something to achieve a true democracy and protect our freedoms?
☑️ Do you want to defend our values, our culture and our community by making politicians our servants and not our masters?
If you have said yes to any of the questions above, please support the Direct Democracy Movement (DDM) by joining today.

Referendum – your right to stop or amend legislation

Recall – you can remove unwanted politicians

Initiative – propose your own new legislation