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Not all Councils in England Scotland or Wales will be up for re-election this May but they will include all the London Borough Councils, and all local authorities in Wales and Scotland. Most seats in England were last up for election in 2018 and in Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland. This is a great opportunity for Christians to get involved in their local councils and step into the political arena at whatever they choose. Community Councils are are superb training ground. Some seats are even filled uncontested. If you’re a more experienced councillor and you’ve set your sights on bigger goals, no problem. We have stood candidates for positions from local councillors to London Mayors and MPs in England, MSPs for the Scottish Government and MSs for the Welsh Senedd so we can help you too.    If the council seats which represent you are up for re-election in May 2022, and this sounds like you, please give us a call today and we can talk through what’s involving standing for the Christian Party in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.     If you share our passion for the policies we know are right and will make lives better for all people in the United Kingdom, make that call today and get involved. Call 01597 825151 or email headoffice@ukchristianparty.org  

England County Council Elections, 2017-2023

The schedule of elections for England for the next four years is staggered. you will need to know how your council is classified in order to establish when your next county council elections are to be held.

Election Timetable in England

Scotland Scottish Elections, 5 May 2022

Elections will be held for all councillors in all 32 local authorities in Scotland. Local elections in Scotland are conducted by the single transferable vote, which results in the number of seats won by each party more proportionally reflecting their share of the vote.[15] As a consequence, local elections in Scotland result more often in no overall control and local authorities being governed by minority or coalition administrationshttps://www.wikiwand.com/en/2022_United_Kingdom_local_elections#/Scotland

Wales Welsh Local Election, 5 May 2022

Elections will be held for all councillors in all 22 local authorities as well as for all community council seats in Wales. In all twenty-two councils, the elections will be contested under new boundaries. This will be the first time Welsh councils can choose between conducting the vote with the current first-past-the-post system or the proportional single transferable vote system.https://www.wikiwand.com/en/2022_United_Kingdom_local_elections#/Wales

Northern Ireland Election, 5 May 2022

The 2022 Northern Ireland Assembly election is expected to elect 90 members to the Northern Ireland Assembly. It will be the seventh assembly election since the assembly was established in 1998.In the sixth assembly, elected in 2017, eight parties had Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs), among them the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), latterly led by Jeffrey Donaldson; Sinn Féin, led by Michelle O’Neill; the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP), latterly led by Doug Beattie; the Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP), led by Colum Eastwood; Alliance, led by Naomi Long; the Greens, led by Clare Bailey; People Before Profit (PBP), who have a collective leadership; and Traditional Unionist Voice (TUV), led by Jim Allister.

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