It's TIME for change
Empowering The People
TIME to be productive
TIME for enterprise
TIME for trust

“It seems to me that there has been UK-wide frustration with the state of domestic politics in recent times. It was time for someone to step up to the plate and no-one else did. So, I decided to do something about it. I wanted to be part of a political movement driving radical reform with the intention of making Britain globally competitive once again in this increasingly competitive world. I wanted Brexit to genuinely mean Brexit, for democracy to be respected, and for Britain to realise its undoubted potential. Of course, as the UK’s economy grows and we leave the protectionist bubble that is the EU, so too will the prosperity of countries around the world selling into our market.”

Robert Kimbell – Time Party Leader

It's TIME for everyone

Our Country is in Crisis

And we’re not referring to the coronavirus pandemic.

Many core functions of government are broken, badly led, badly administered and driven by bad policies.

The Time Party is committed to a rejuvenation of government through policy review and reorganisation, focussed on simple clear thinking, and ditching the baggage of legacy government process.

It’s TIME for radical change !

TIME for change

Our Vision For The Future

The Time Party’s vision for the future sees the United Kingdom return to its position amongst top competitors in global business;  a country that leads the world in education, innovation and technology, while retaining patents and manufacturing capability at home here in Britain.

The economy would be rebalanced away from an overdependence on services and toward technology, industry, agriculture, horticulture, aquaculture and commercial fishing.

While protecting and promoting British culture, power shall be returned to the British people through the wholesale reform of our political structure.

The Time Party will create a country that we can all be proud of once again.

Join us to make this a reality.

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