A New Approach To Politics

Forward Thinking puts people first. It challenges traditional political policies and develops those that meet the needs of everyone in today’s society. It is a new progressive political movement that looks to lessen political influence, radically simplify taxes, create new finance channels and change the priorities of public spending.

This website arms the reader with European benchmarks and facts that show why the current methods lead to higher costs than necessary in both monetary and moral terms.

Forward Thinking designs integrated policies that support economic and social prosperity. They create social harmony and meet the certain changes from an ageing population. It uses policies that prepare society to cope with the vast social effects of the digital revolution that is still in its infancy. If the ideas put forward on this site interest you engage with us and help create a future ready UK.

Forward Thinking Policies

Progressive For All

Policies based on:

  • putting people first
  • unity
  • long-term planning
  • a strong economy
  • fair and affordable tax
  • coherent strategies
  • a war on waste
  • preserving the environment
  • public spending efficiency
  • simplified taxes
  • simplified benefits
  • taking politics out of decisions
  • prevention rather than cure
  • electoral reform
  • public opinion
More about our policies

Forward Thinking Blog

Vehicle Excise Duty changes: will they lead to more road repairs?

Posted on January 5th, 2017.

Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) (often also called ‘vehicle tax’, ‘car tax’, or ‘road tax’ based on historic terms, use and people’s views), is levied as an excise duty. It is payable for most types of vehicles used (or parked) on a public road in the UK. A Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) must be made […]

Could Land Value Tax reduce the tax bill for 99% of us?

Posted on January 4th, 2017.

Land Value Tax purists argue that it should be the only tax charged. One difficulty with this is it means some people are not paying any tax, and this does not create responsibility for public spending. However, in combination with some consumption taxes (VAT and specific duties) the system could operate equitably and replace many […]

Did UK bosses bring about Brexit?

Posted on December 11th, 2016.

Actions always speak louder than words. With some notable exceptions, including Tim Martin (Weatherspoons), Lord Bamford (JCB) and Sir James Dyson to name a few, UK bosses of industry and commerce warned of the negative outcomes of the Brexit decision. Yet Forward Thinking suggests their unchecked actions and policies directly contributed to the vote in […]

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