The Radical Party (UK)
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|Party Leader||Patrick Gray|
|Headquarters||Winkworth Sherwood, Minerva House, 5 Minerva Close, London SE1 9BB|
|Political position||Radical centre|
|Colours||Red, Dark Blue|
The party contested the 2018 Lewisham East by-election with Patrick Gray as their candidate. He had previously contested the Oxfordshire seat of Henley in the 2017 election. The party lost their deposits in both elections, winning under 5% of the vote and coming last in Henley and second-to last in Lewisham East.
|General Election 2017|
|Lewisham East by-election, 2018|
|Lewisham East||Patrick Gray||20||0.1|
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