Are you ready to ENGAGE with us? ENGAGE
A True UK Direct Democracy Party Where your opinions are valued more than your financial contributions
ENGAGE is not just another new political party rallying for votes in the same way as all the other parties before us, it is a totally new kind of political party that truly believes what Albert Einstein said…
“You cannot keep doing the same thing over and over again and expect different results!”
So we put our heads together and looked at the problems that the other parties have had in the past and for some strange reason most of the new parties want to repeat, then came up with a totally new concept in British politics, a party that truly embraces Direct Democracy by empowering the membership to be the main source of direction and it actually works rather well…
Engage is a political party that wants to ENGAGE with the public, ENGAGE with local authorities, ENGAGE with government and ENGAGE with each other to find the best solutions for the betterment of us all. We have even replaced the term policies, which are written in party manifestos as promises they would deliver if they ever got into power, though we all know from past experience that seldom ever happens.
In Engage we find solutions, as we believe that is needed far greater than any false promises and even if we never get in power if enough people demand those solutions then they will happen…
Our aim is to give the people a real voice in British politics to demand real change for the betterment of us all.
ENGAGE is a political party that truly implements Direct Democracy within its party system. Giving everyone a equal voice. One Member - One Vote
ENGAGE is the only party where the members really do make the decisions and where people's opinions are valued more than their financial contributions.
ENGAGE is built around its own private members forum. Giving everyone an equal opportunity to voice their opinions.
ENGAGE 'Solutions' are formed through reasoned debate of the membership and voted on before ever adopting them.
our online voting system means we can put everything in the party to a vote, at zero cost to the party or the membership.
ENGAGE is a Direct Democracy party that empowers its members to formulate party solutions, structure and direction through reasoned debate.
We ENGAGE with each other to find the best solutions as we believe that the collective thoughts of the many will always find better solutions faster than the selective opinions of the few.
With the public to ensure that we are addressing their everyday needs in every aspect of their daily lives.
With the local authorities to ensure that communities are being looked after in the way that they deserve.
With each other so that we put our heads together in finding the very best solutions and once again learning from each other in the process.
With the central government either through lobbying of parliament or national government petitions to ensure that peoples voices are being heard.
Latest News Who have we engaged with lately
Engage was formed in 2017 and was originally named Demos Direct Initiative Party (yes it was a bit of a mouthful we know) DDIP was originally created by Marty Caine as a fall back party for John Rees Evans is he failed to get Direct Democracy implemented in UKIP, he did fail to do […]
Not long before Therese May called the snap General Election of 2017, we had started a government petition in an attempt to gain the signatures needed to try and force through legislation so that councils throughout the country would be legally obliged to provide essential public toilets where needed. Unfortunately, because the Tories decided to […]
The Rebranding of DDIPWhy we changed the party name When Demos Direct Initiative Party (DDIP) was first created, it was done so with the idea in mind that John Rees-Evans (JRE) was going to take the reins of the party to give people a true Direct Democracy party in Britain. When he failed to win […]
SNAP GENERAL ELECTION JUNE2017How did we fare as a new political party Well as we had only just started as a new political party, we were somewhat shocked and panicked by Theresa May calling a Snap General Election in June 2017. At first, I said it would be a complete waste of time anyone standing […]