WHY HAS PRYBAR BEEN FORMED?
Westminster knows the UK is badly broken. They know this because they broke it. They also know they can’t repair it. They can’t repair it because doing so requires them to put the public before those they represent. This they will not do.
The reason Westminster is filled with so many unsuitable people that continually deflect responsibility for the damage they cause onto others is because our political system does not demand high standards of those who wish to enter it nor does it allow them to be held accountable once they have entered.
That Westminster elevates its members to such a state of unaccountability and untouchability is not accidental; it has worked very hard to achieve this and has absolutely no intention of allowing it to be any other way.
We however have no intention of allowing this to continue because this unacceptable situation undermines the sincere efforts we all make to build a better future for ourselves and our families.
It is therefore our intention, with your help, at the next general election to impose a series of judicious electoral and political reforms on Westminster that will finally transform our national parliament into one of honesty, integrity, meritocracy, ability and accountability.
This may, at first glance, seem impossible, but I assure you it is not. Westminster’s high walled electoral system is not as impregnable as many believe it to be, and I gladly invite you to read our strategy document, to see how we can pry it open, and then make a voter pledge.
Achieving this has never been more within our grasp than it is at this time, and there has never been a more urgent time to reach for it.
If you, like us, have had enough of watching on the sidelines, overwhelmed by feelings of powerlessness and hopelessness, as your country deteriorates then please help us, and bring as many others with you as you can.
Together we will begin a clean chapter in our nation’s history and carve out a better future that we will all benefit from.
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