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source: The Guardian

Flatpack Democracy is a DIY method for communities to win back their council as non-party candidates, pioneered by multiple towns around the UK.

The Flatpack Democracy campaign supports people to reclaim local politics from the systems and political parties that are currently failing them. We want to support communities to take back power by winning local elections, of which there are thousands in May 2021. 

We will work with groups who want to stand for election and, once elected, collaborate to make their parish, town or district councils ambitious, effective and responsive to their local community’s needs.

Flatpack Democracy is a DIY method for communities to win back their council as non-party candidates, pioneered by multiple towns around the UK.

The Flatpack Democracy campaign supports people to reclaim local politics from the systems and political parties that are currently failing them. We want to support communities to take back power by winning local elections, of which there are thousands in May 2021. 

We will work with groups who want to stand for election and, once elected, collaborate to make their parish, town or district councils ambitious, effective and responsive to their local community’s needs.

source: The Guardian

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