Many matters of government that we complain about might be forgotten now we’ve Brexited. The BBC could retain its abject standards for the lousy licence fee. The House of Lards might be endlessly enlarged by people placed there for favours past and favours to come. Outsourcing of services to Sercockup and Crapita might continue as the government scrapes the barrel for the lowest level available.
The Brexit Party is pleased to confirm that the Electoral Commission has approved its name change application to Reform UK with immediate effect.
The leader of the Party, Nigel Farage said “This is great news and the perfect time in the New Year. The need for Reform is greater than ever as we try to recover from Covid. We have a huge opportunity as a nation post Brexit, but there are many areas of the UK that need real, bold reform: our economy, House of Lords, BBC, civil service, voting system to mention a few”.
And Richard Tice, Chairman of Reform UK said “The name change reflects what our country needs: Reform. Real change to benefit the people, to make our nation more successful. We must reform our approach to Covid, and reform the economy so that it incentivises the self employed, entrepreneurs and small businesses. Faster growth for all will be achieved by reforming our taxes, unnecessary regulation and wasteful government spending”
The new logo has also been approved. We hope to see it displayed prominently when the inevitable bye-elections come around.