Meet our candidates

Thomas Darksen
Thomas Darksen

Our candidate for Anston & Woodsetts, is standing to protect the NHS, stop privatisation, and protect workers’ rights.

Kier Kirby
Kier Kirby

Our candidate for Epson Town and Downs, is standing to reverse the cuts to public services and fight against inequality that benefits only the rich.

David Tillery
David Tillery

Our candidate for Aughton and Swallownest is standing for a socialist overhaul of Britian’s broken and corrupt system.

Colin Tasker
Colin Tasker

Our candidate for Deal and Walmer is standing for the interests of ordinary people and against business and government corruption.

Dave Kerr
Dave Kerr

Our candidate for Dover Town is standing for honesty, integrity, and hard work on behalf of the working class.

Ian Caruana
Ian Caruana

Our candidate for Tendring Rural West is standing up for the NHS.

Zane Carpenter
Zane Carpenter

Our candidate for Altofts and Whitwood, is standing for public services and amenities.

Venura Illangamudalige
Venura Illangamudalige

Our candidate for Camberley West is standing for access to good education, libraries, and green spaces.

Lionel Vida
Lionel Vida

Our candidate for Kings Hedges is standing for a democratic socialism that empowers communities.

Chris McGrane
Chris McGrane

Our candidate for Crewe West is standing for better jobs and housing for ordinary people.

Glenn Doncaster
Glenn Doncaster

Our candidate for Aspatria is standing for access to good education and to represent ordinary working people.

Joey Smith
Joey Smith

Our candidate for Fratton ward in Portsmouth is standing to solve housing issues and make sure families aren’t going hungry.

Rob Green
Rob Green

Our candidate for Sudell, Sefton, is standing for a 5% corona tax on the wealthiest to help his local community.

John Larkin
John Larkin

Our candidate for Skelmersdale Central is standing for better transport and more job opportunities to recover from the pandemic.

Steve Everett
Steve Everett

Our candidate for Senedd, South Central Wales, is standing for ordinary people to hold political power.

Tess Delaney
Tess Delaney

Our candidate for Senedd, South Wales Central, is standing for a future for Wales with jobs and services for the working class.

Dave Smith
Dave Smith

Our candidate for Park Gate Ward, Fareham, is standing to serve the local hard-working people who need a change from the usual parties.

Ajantha Kangaha
Ajantha Kangaha

Our candidate for Ashley Ward, St. Albans, is standing to be the voice of working people in council.

Daniel Cosby
Daniel Cosby

Our candidate for Ealing Broadway is standing for jobs and services that let ordinary working people lead full lives.

Clare Stranack
Clare Stranack

Our candidate for Halewood South is standing for families and education.

Lisa Roddy
Lisa Roddy

Our candidate for Oldham, Chadderton South, is an ex-Labour Party secretary standing against Labour’s betrayal of the working class.

Chris Haws
Chris Haws

Our candidate for Ford, Sefton, is standing for local job opportunities, public transport, and public spaces.

Frank Hinley
Frank Hinley

Our candidate for Senedd, South Central Wales, is standing for ordinary people and better mental health services.

Alan Russell
Alan Russell

Our candidate for Wolverhampton Heath Town is standing for public services, affordable housing, and jobs.

Reuben Lawrence
Reuben Lawrence

Our candidate for Sandwell, Wednesbury South, stands for local jobs and an end to child poverty.

Andrew Metcalfe
Andrew Metcalfe

Our candidate for Chopwell and Rowlands Gill offers ordinary people a real alternative to mainstream parties.

Paul Burrows
Paul Burrows

Our candidate for Helensburgh, a life-long trade unionist, stands up for local workers.