We the People of Britain demand a better Britain


We want our country, our communities and our citizens to prosper.

We believe this can only happen if we have a government that puts people first by

  • investing in our young people, from childcare to education to first jobs, so that they can give back to their nation
  • caring for our elderly and vulnerable with compassion, not cruelty
  • supporting people and their families by ensuring decent jobs and fair wages
  • addressing housing need by building good, affordable homes

Come meet the bus

The People United bus will be on tour from 22nd June to 5th July. Check which bus will be stopping near you and come meet us!
two buses
London to Manchester

Bus route 01

  • Thurrock / Basildon
  • Southend on Sea
  • Ipswich
  • Norwich
  • Peterborough
  • Leicester
  • Lincoln
  • Hull
  • Barnsley
  • Leeds
  • Middlesbrough
  • Hartlepool
  • Blackpool
  • Trafford


Bus route 02

  • Chatham
  • Margate
  • Hastings
  • Portsmouth
  • Bournemouth
  • Plymouth
  • Bristol
  • Coventry
  • Stoke
  • Stockport
  • Salford
  • Trafford


Top 5 reasons to hop on board

 community  be heard  family fun  create change advice-and-support
Meet the community you’re part of and local representatives to discuss the issues that matter to you. Use our digitally-equipped bus to send your message directly to Government. Let your voice be heard in 2013. Bring your family and friends down to enjoy all the fun and games the bus has to offer. Be part of a movement that stands up for better jobs, wages, housing, communities, public services and our NHS. On board will be a solicitor and representatives from the UK’s biggest trade unions to offer advice on any issue.


Our NHS is 65

In two short days the People United 2-week road show ends in Urmston Greater Manchester with an NHS party in the park to celebrate the 65th birthday of our brilliant NHS.Where better to mark the 65th year of this country’s greatest social achievement then at the place where it all began – Trafford General Hospital. [...]


George and Kim summed up Leeds for me. A couple in their early twenties both working in a fast food restaurant they said that they  don’t understand how Cameron thinks what he’s doing is good for the country? This was after concerns were express about how unequal Britain is getting and how they and their [...]