Sovereign Britain Party

The Remoaners in Britian are busy trying to sabotage Brexit.

May is pursuing Brexit with all the enthusiasm of Saturday Washing.

UKIP, having gotten the vote, has pretty much been packed up.

So who’s going to keep pushing for a real and effective Brexit?

Until now, I’d figured it was nobody. But over at Tallbloke’s he’s got a post up about a new political party being formed to do just that. Now I’m not a British Citizen (though I could file and claim it if I wanted – Thanks Mum!) and I’m not in touch enough with the British political process to know if this is a good or a bad idea; but I’m in favor of the intent.

There is a new forward looking pro-Brexit political party called Sovereign starting up which needs your backing and involvement so it can generate pressure and influence.

Its leader is a medical man, Dr Teck Khong, who left the Conservatives after many years (he stood as a parliamentary candidate in my own West Yorkshire in 2005), and joined UKIP, standing for election in his home constituency in Leicester during the 2017 election. Like many others (me included), he has since left UKIP and we are now starting a new party. I have been asked to be strategy director and National Nominating Officer, liaising with the electoral commission. I’m also directing and team building for the party’s energy and industry policy.

We need more core members, donations, and plenty of shout outs on social media to bootstrap the movement and get things moving so we can make a difference. Please take a look at our website at and let us have your thoughts below. If you’d like to help with the costs of registering the party with the electoral commission and furthering the campaigning, feel free to use the paypal button on the top left of the site.

We have to rescue Brexit and Britain’s future from the political incompetence it is mired in. Please put your shoulders to the wheel and help us.

Links and photos and donate buttons and stuff over there.

Tallbloke: Consider yourself “shout out”-ed

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7 Responses to Sovereign Britain Party

  1. philjourdan says:

    The way things work in UK Politics, the vote to leave was significant. In jolly olde England, getting 40% of the vote is a landslide. They got over 50%. May never intended to leave. But the UK is going to with or without the deep state there.

    Good luck Tallbloke!

  2. tallbloke says:

    The collapse of UKIP was a sad turn of events. I stood for parliament for them in 2015 (got 10% of the vote in a swing marginal bellweather seat and kept my deposit while the greens and libdems lost theirs). The Tories scared the Electorate with the possibility of a Labour win in the 2017 general election and made promises to carry a full Brexit through in their manifesto and so UKIP, still reeling from a succession of leadership fiascos, got squeezed out and flattened.

    Folk are now starting to realise the Tories with their remainer leader can’t be trusted, and need a new pro-brexit party to vote for. There’s a lot of apathy, fatalism and exhaustion around the whole process, but we have to try.

    Thanks for the shout out.

  3. LB says:

    Very simple. No Brexit, and UKIP becomes rampant.

  4. gallopingcamel says:

    Go Tallbloke! My relatives in the UK are mostly brain dead remainers who are never going to listen to reason.

    May the force be with you!

  5. tom0mason says:

    I note today that some BBC news reports said that George Soros is again funding the anti-Brixit cause.
    Earlier report of this is here

    If Soros is for it then, no Brit should be for it.

  6. A C Osborn says:

    As Tallbloke says there is a lot of apathy and disenchantment with the whole political scene in the UK, that is what makes President Trump so refreshing in the fact he does what he said he would do.
    Unlike politicians all over the world.

  7. Steve C says:

    Excellent news, though with reservations.

    One of the most depressing sights in UK politics in the last couple of years has been Nigel Farage, the man who kept the issue of Brexit to the fore best and longest, shrinking after the referendum to merely hosting a local radio phone-in show. Lights and bushels, Nigel, and we know you’ve got the light, we’ve seen it. The drone of Remoan has continued at full strength via the entire BBC and media, endlessly debating every remotely possible problem with Brexit and loudly applauding every sellout by May, and there is nobody speaking against it.

    Main reservation: I just hope we don’t end up with a rabble of equally ineffective post-UKIP partyettes. There’s already Anne-Marie’s “For Britain”, the rump of UKIP, the Make Britain Great Again people, now Sovereign … One of them really needs to prevail – and noticeably – before the real Brexit fiasco starts hitting the fan, if the country is not to be royally stuffed.

    “Divide and rule” – plus the whole concept of Britishness has been so beaten about by the experiences of the last few decades that only a minority of us can even remember parts of it. Hard to unite a country which is already an enforcedly “diverse” mess, the more so given that the national media are always lined up ready to dismiss any ideas not in the Globalist playbook.

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