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Reform UK Name Change Approved By The Electoral Commission

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The Brexit Party has received official approval to change its party name and keep its previous logo by the Electoral Commission.

The Brexit Party changed its party name to Reform UK yesterday, after a significant delay considering the application was submitted at the start of November last year.

The revamped party’s main aims will be promoting free-market economics, the Great Barrington Declaration and rectifying cultural issues.

Responding to the announcement, party leader Nigel Farage stated: “This is great news and the perfect time in the New Year. The need for Reform is greater than ever as we try and 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.”


Likewise, Richard Tice, the 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.”