Become a For Britain Councillor in Local Elections

May 2020 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 come second and third across the country.  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 memories, be a part of history…. Stand for election, stand For Britain

Local elections aren’t everywhere, they are in 118 English Local Councils (excludes London, Wales and Scotland), so check if you live somewhere eligible:

Local Elections 2020

Unitary authorities – one-third of councillors

  • Derby

Districts – all-up.

This includes a temporary assignment for districts in Northamptonshire which may be merged into a unitary authority before these elections take place.

  • Northampton
  • East Northamptonshire
  • Kettering
  • South Northamptonshire
  • Wellingborough

Districts – one-third of councillors unless marked.

  • Amber Valley
  • Daventry – may have been incorporated in a Unitary Authority otherwise two-thirds of seats will be up.
  • Lincoln

Unitary authorities – one-third of councillors.

  • Peterborough
  • Southend-on-Sea
  • Thurrock

Districts – all-up.

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 – one-third of councillors except where indicated

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.

Districts – one-third of councillors.

  • Burnley
  • Carlisle
  • Hyndburn
  • Preston
  • Rossendale
  • South Lakeland
  • West Lancashire

Unitary authorities – one-third of councillors

  • Milton Keynes
  • Portsmouth
  • Reading
  • Slough
  • Southampton
  • Wokingham

Districts – all-up.

This includes a temporary assignment for districts in Buckinghamshire which are expected to be merged into a unitary authority before these elections take place.

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

Unitary authorities – one-third of councillors except where indicated

  • Bristol (all-up)
  • Plymouth
  • Swindon

Districts – all-up.

  • Gloucester
  • Stroud

Districts – one-third of councillors unless marked.

  • Cheltenham (one-half)
  • Exeter

Metropolitan Boroughs – one-third of councillors in each

  • Coventry
  • Dudley
  • Sandwell
  • Solihull
  • Walsall
  • Wolverhampton

Districts – one-third of councillors unless marked.

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

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

  • Barnsley
  • Bradford
  • Calderdale
  • Kirklees
  • Leeds
  • Rotherham (all-up)
  • Sheffield
  • Wakefield

Unitary authorities – one-third of councillors

  • Hull
  • North East Lincolnshire

Districts – one-third of councillors

  • Craven
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