The Pirate Party UK challenges the government's controversial plan to strip free prescriptions from benefitsclaimants not actively seeking employment.
The Pirate Party UK opposes the UK government's plan to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda and calls for accountability in the wake of the Supreme Court's rejection of the policy.
This post is an invitation to join the Pirate Party in commemorating Aaron Swartz's birthday on November 8th. It acknowledges Swartz's contributions to digital rights and open internet principles, discusses the injustices he faced, and emphasizes the ongoing commitment to advocating for online freedom and open access to information. The post also provides details about the date and time of the event and encourages participation on Discord.
The Pirate Party UK expresses its unwavering support for the people of Palestine in their pursuit of freedom and justice. We stand against all forms of discrimination, including antisemitism, recognizing that all systems of oppression are interconnected. Just as we condemn historical atrocities like the Holocaust, we condemn the ongoing suffering of the Palestinian people symbolized by the Nakba. We call for an end to all acts of genocide and urge the UK government and its citizens to support the boycott, divestment, and sanction of the State of Israel until it withdraws from all occupied territories.
In recent news, a group of passionate transgender activists in London took to the streets to make a powerful stand against the Tory government's continued attacks on trans people. The protest, which occurred on October 10th, saw protesters waving flares in the vibrant colors of the transgender flag and unfurling a banner over the iconic River Thames while marching over Vauxhall Bridge in central London.
In the ever-expanding digital realm, data protection has emerged as a global concern, and the Pirate Party UK (PPUK) is at the forefront of the battle to preserve online privacy. This article discusses the UK Data Bridge, its implications on international data transfers, and the Pirate Party's commitment to safeguarding digital rights.
As tensions rise in the wake of the Israel-Hamas conflict, the United Kingdom has seen an increase in protests and demonstrations related to the ongoing crisis. These gatherings have raised concerns about public safety, leading the Metropolitan police to boost their presence on the streets. In this article, we will delve into the recent developments surrounding these protests and explore the stance of Pirate Party UK (PPUK) on this issue.
Addressing concerns about the misuse of body-worn cameras by police officers and outlining the Pirate Party UK's approach to ensuring accountability and transparency in law enforcement.
The UK Pirate Party advocates for the decriminalization of drug possession in the UK, citing a leaked report from 2016 by official drug advisers. The report emphasizes the lack of international evidence supporting drug criminalization and its negative effects on individuals. The government's tough stance on drugs faces growing criticism, with calls for evidence-based policies.