The Social Democratic Party
Our Vision & Values
The Social Democratic Party is long established with a proud history. The word ‘Democratic’ is a central pillar of our ethos; we wholly respect the outcomes of referenda.
SDP is committed to achieving fundamental reforms that will enrich society. We will, furthermore, fight ardently to remove career politicians who show greater regard for virtue signalling and power grabs than achieving measurable progress and societal wellbeing. Britain deserves better.
Our party is a growing grassroots force which celebrates the Union of the United Kingdom. Like farmers and fishermen, we also welcome the new powers that will return to the UK as a result of becoming free of the European Union. Sovereignty should never be bargained away.
With a style of politics neither to the left nor to the right, we believe that issues should be debated employing common sense and an unfettered commitment to transparency and democratic accountability. There is no room for cowering to unnecessary political correctness; we need to speak out where necessary for the good of those who cannot be heard, for those left behind, for those who need a voice.
We believe in Direct Democracy and this founding and unshaken belief means that power should never be handed over to unelected EU politicians. Power should be with the people.
SDP will give the people that voice. We will be heard. YOU will be heard.
Our burning desire to return integrity to politics will rattle the established parties and we need your support.
It’s time to send a clear message to the established parties.
Join us on our journey. Be radically sensible.
Firstly, we take this opportunity to wish everyone a Happy New Year, be they a member of the SDP or not; we are all about inclusion here!
2017 has been an exciting time for the SDP and 2018 promises to be even more so....
SDP celebrates an upsurge in membership.
Addressing SDP members today during a GE campaign meeting in Sheffield, SDP Parliamentary Candidate and long-time Community Campaigner Mr Rahman stated:
The SDP Candidate for Sheffield Hallam, Steve Winstone, has condemned the revelations about his Labour opponent's past attitudes towards women.
Labour Candidate Jared O'Mara's former band Dirty Rotten Troubadours wrote tracks including “I Wish I Were A Misogynist”, a song which expresses desires to hit women.
The Social Democratic Party has announced a full slate of 5 candidates to contest the Sheffield parliamentary seats in the 2017 General Election.
The SDP has been steadfastly representing people throughout the UK for 27 years and can trace their roots to the original insurgent party of the 1980's.
As believers in true democracy, the Party campaigned strongly to leave the EU and members were fully committed to working harmoniously on a cross party basis.
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