This website is for people who are fed up with the two-party political system and concerned that UKIP are becoming an alternative. In the 2019 elections 21.86M people voted for candidates in the two major Westminster parties and 19.29M failed to cast a vote; which shows that 41.12M people (41.12% of the electorate) would like an alternative to one of the two major parties.
Many people who don’t vote (about 19.29M in 2019) would vote if there was an alternative to the two major parties.
If all those who failed to vote in 2019 voted for INDEPENDENT candidates, there could be a majority of Independent MPs with 32.6% of the vote.