PRESS RELEASES

Find out about our latest press coverage and statements here.

BREXIT STATEMENT BY PATRICK O’FLYNN MEP

SDP Brexit spokesman Patrick O’Flynn MEP said: “Theresa May and the Tories have broken promise after promise to the British people. But her decision to cancel Brexit for the second time shows she has no intention of ever enacting the Read more

SDP STATEMENT ON BREXIT DEBACLE

Following Theresa May’s failure to guarantee leaving the EU even on her delayed date of April 12, SDP Brexit spokesman Patrick O’Flynn said: “It is now quite clear that the Westminster establishment parties are out to thwart Brexit altogether. Effectively Read more

IS THE SDP THE PARTY FOR THE POLITICALLY HOMELESS?

This article by Giles Fraser was recently published on the UNHERD website. A party for the politically homeless The SDP’s new pro-community, pro-Brexit manifesto is for the ‘Somewheres’ Giles Fraser It feels like I have just met a ghost. “This Read more

SDP 2.0 DISCUSSED ON POLITICAL PODCAST UNHERD SHORTS

In this recent UNHERD SHORTS podcast, Giles Fraser joins Charlotte Pickles and Peter Franklin to discuss the UK’s broken political system, and whether SDP 2.0 might be the party for the politically homeless. You can listen to the podcast here

MEP PATRICK O’FLYNN ANNOUNCED AS PPC FOR PETERBOROUGH

PETERBOROUGH-based Member of the European Parliament Patrick O’Flynn has been selected as the Social Democratic Party’s parliamentary candidate for the city in advance of a hotly-anticipated by-election. East of England MEP Mr O’Flynn pledged to give thousands of Brexit voters Read more

PATRICK O’FLYNN MEP JOINS THE SDP

Patrick O’Flynn, MEP for the East of England, has joined the Social Democratic Party. Commenting on his reasons for leaving UKIP Patrick stated: “Like many on the communitarian wing of the party, I have decided to join the resurgent SDP, Read more

SDP – NEW DECLARATION

The Common Good in The National Interest The SDP reshaped politics in the 1980s and almost ‘broke the mould’. The resurgent SDP now offers millions of disenchanted voters a new centre-ground choice. The party, which has quietly been signing up Read more

The Common Good in the National Interest