Become a For Britain Councillor in the 2021 Local Elections

May 2021 Local Elections
Standing for election is the most important thing you can do for your country

Take the first step
on the road to new politics

Standing for election strengthens our platform, our voice, and our ability to restore power to the British people.

For Britain will stand in the local elections in May 2021 (local elections in 2020 cancelled due to COIVD-19), and we stand to win.  Our new party has already won council seats, and came second and third across the country in other seats.  We have beaten all the big parties and we intend to do it again!

Taking part in the political process empowers us, and reminds us that it is we the people who should decide our own destiny.

Do something different, create new politics and be a part of history… stand for election and stand For Britain

See below where local elections are scheduled to take place on Thursday 6th May 2021. These are the contests at the electoral level that we are interested in contesting as part of our development strategy.

On this occasion we will not be contesting the elections being held for the Scottish Parliament, Welsh Assembly, London Assembly and for various Mayors and Police Commissioners.

As things stand there will be hundreds of local by-elections held on the same day also – they having been held over due to the Coronavirus outbreak. We also wish to stand in as many of these as possible.

Local Elections 2021

Counties – all up

Derbyshire

Leicestershire

Lincolnshire

Nottinghamshire

Unitary authorities – one-third of councillors

Derby

New Unitary authorities – all up

North Northamptonshire

West Northamptonshire

Districts – one-third of councillors unless marked.

Amber Valley

Lincoln

Counties – all up

Essex
Hertfordshire
Suffolk
Norfolk
Cambridgeshire

 

Unitary authorities – one-third of councillors.

Peterborough
Southend-on-Sea
Thurrock

Districts – all-up.

Cambridge

Districts – one-third of councillors.

Basildon
Brentwood
Broxbourne
Castle Point
Colchester
Epping Forest
Harlow
Ipswich
North Hertfordshire
Norwich
Rochford
St Albans
Stevenage
Three Rivers
Watford
Welwyn Hatfield

Metropolitan Boroughs – one-third of councillors in each

Gateshead
Newcastle upon Tyne
North Tyneside
South Tyneside
Sunderland

Unitary authorities – all up

Hartlepool

Northumberland
County Durham

Counties – all up

Cumbria
Lancashire

Metropolitan Boroughs – all up

Salford

Metropolitan Boroughs – one-third of councillors in each

Bolton
Bury
Knowsley
Leeds
Liverpool
Manchester
Oldham
Rochdale
Tameside
Trafford
Walsall
Wigan
Wirral

Unitary authorities – one-third of councillors except where indicated

Blackburn with Darwen
Halton (all-up)
Warrington (all-up)
Wokingham

Districts – all-up.

Chorley
Pendle

Districts – one-third of councillors.

Burnley
Carlisle
Hyndburn
Preston
Rossendale
South Lakeland
West Lancashire

Counties – all up

East Sussex
Hampshire
Kent
Oxfordshire
Surrey
West Sussex

Unitary authorities – all up

Buckinghamshire
Isle of Wight

Unitary authorities – one-third of councillors

Milton Keynes
Portsmouth
Reading
Slough
Southampton
Wokingham

Districts – all-up.

Oxford

Districts – one-third of councillors unless marked.

Adur (one-half)
Cherwell
Crawley
Eastleigh
Elmbridge
Fareham (one-half)
Gosport (one-half)
Hart
Hastings (one-half)
Havant
Maidstone
Mole Valley
Reigate & Banstead
Runnymede
Rushmoor
Tandridge
Tunbridge Wells
West Oxfordshire
Winchester
Woking
Worthing

Counties – all up

Devon
Gloucestershire
Somerset

Unitary authorities – all up

Cornwall
Wiltshire

Unitary authorities – one-third of councillors except where indicated

Bristol (all-up)
Plymouth 3
Swindon

Districts – all-up.

Gloucester
Stroud

Districts – one-third of councillors unless marked.

Cheltenham (one-half)
Exeter

Counties – all up

Staffordshire
Warwickshire
Worcestershire

Metropolitan Boroughs – one-third of councillors in each

Coventry
Dudley
Sandwell
Solihull
Walsall
Wolverhampton

Unitary Authorities – all up

Shropshire

Districts – one-third of councillors unless marked.

Cannock Chase
Nuneaton & Bedworth (one-half)
Redditch
Rugby
Tamworth
Worcester

Counties – all up

North Yorkshire

Metropolitan Boroughs – one-third of councillors in each, except where indicated

Barnsley
Bradford
Calderdale
Doncaster (all up)
Kirklees

Leeds
Rotherham (all-up)

Sheffield
Wakefield

Unitary authorities – one-third of councillors

Hull
North East Lincolnshire

Districts – one-third of councillors

Craven