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The Radical Party (UK)

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The Radical Party
Party LeaderPatrick Gray
Founded2015 [1][2]
HeadquartersWinkworth Sherwood, Minerva House, 5 Minerva Close, London SE1 9BB[3]
Political positionRadical centre[citation needed]
Colours     Red,      Dark Blue

The Radical Party is a minor radical and utilitarian political party in the United Kingdom.[5] It was officially registered with the Electoral Commission in February 2015.[1]


The party contested the 2018 Lewisham East by-election with Patrick Gray as their candidate.[6] He had previously contested the Oxfordshire seat of Henley in the 2017 election.[7][8][9] 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.[10][11]

Election Results[edit]

General Election 2017[12]
Constituency Candidate Votes %
Henley Patrick Gray 392 0.7
Lewisham East by-election, 2018[13]
Constituency Candidate Votes %
Lewisham East Patrick Gray 20 0.1


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Registration summary". electoral commission.
  2. "The Radical Party". Companies House. Retrieved 15 June 2018.
  3. "The Radical Party". BizDB. 1 June 2018. Retrieved 15 June 2018.
  4. "Britain and the World". The Radical Party.
  5. "Heritage", Heritage, The Radical Party
  6. Voting under way in Lewisham East by-election, BBC News
  7. "General election 2017 candidates". Oxford Mail.
  8. "Patrick Hugo Gray". Who Can I Vote For?.
  9. "The Radical Party leaflet". Election Leaflets.
  10. "Henley & Thame elect John Howell as their MP". Mix96.
  11. "Labour's Janet Darby wins Lewisham East by-election". BBC News.
  12. "Declaration of Result of Poll" (PDF). South Oxfordshire District Council. 9 June 2017. Retrieved 15 June 2018.
  13. "Lewisham East constituency by-election on 14 June 2018". Lewisham London Borough Council.

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