Please note this website was created for the 2015 General Election. Due to the lack of preparation time, we have not updated this website for the 2017 Election. Why?
Cap banker's bonuses
Abolish employers tax on apprenticeships for under 25s
Audit companies on their environmental impact
Introduction of anti-tax-avoidance law for companies
Regulate supermarkets to ensure prices are fair
Relax regulations and legislation for British businesses
Scrap business rates for businesses in their first year
Encourage co-operative & mutual businesses
This section of our website allows you to compare party policies against each other to see where they stand on a particular 'hot topic'. These topics (amongst others) form the basis of our quiz. Clicking on the 'INFO' button at the end of each question row enables you to see the explanation that each party has given.
To date (08 August 2020) not all party manifestos have been published into the public domain, therefore some party policies and stances on a particular topic may not be available, and we are not willing to speculate or 'second-guess'. It is also worth reiterating that we are non-partisan, receive no funding and have no bias towards any party.
As we head towards the general election on the 7th May 2015 we will be in possession of more party manifestos, and will be able to fill in missing gaps. In some cases we have reproduce a party's stance from previous manifestos (including the 2014 European Election and 2010 General Election), conference speeches or official documentation if we are sure that their position has not changed since it was published.
We check the party manifestos, speeches and latest announcements on a daily basis and make changes to the party policies as soon as we become aware of them. If you believe we have made a mistake or have missed something, you are encouraged to tell us about it.
If you are a party representative and wish to clarify your party's stance on any of the topics above, we also encourage you to talk to us to ensure that we have your latest policies.
We do aim to achieve 100% accuracy but sometimes we may get something wrong. In this case we cannot be held responsible for the content shown on our website.
For more information about our quiz and where our information originates, please read our Frequently Asked Questions.
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