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Make this election work, to improve UK politics

Vote for a candidate who you trust, or vote NONE in protest.

Make sure everyone knows the option to Vote or Vote NONE.  There’s no reason to be silent.

Voting NONE is a positive protest, to say:
‘I believe in democracy, but I do not support any of the candidates.  I want better politics in the UK’.

All votes are counted, recorded and announced for each constituency.

That includes all ballot papers where the voter has not voted for a candidate.

Like all democratic votes, protest votes will be included in news reports and national results only if the numbers make them significant and newsworthy.

Not turning up for the vote is doing nothing. Voting NONE however is doing something. By voting NONE, you’re letting the powers that be know that you want a positive change in politics because the current system is no good.