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The Common People

The Common People is a political party in the United Kingdom.

We are, in general,

  • socially-minded people
  • seeking to form a majority Westminster government
  • in order to improve the quality of life for those worse off in this country

Here are links to:

Voting in the next election:

  • The UK Government explains how to register to vote
  • Here's our summary: to vote, you need to be listed ahead of time on the Electoral Roll.
  • If you believe you might not be able to go to your voting place on election day, you can ask at any time to be registered for postal voting. This means you'll get all your voting slips in the mail at the address where you're registered. Fill each slip out and send it back so it will count on election day.
  • With a postal vote, you don't need a photo ID like a passport, driving license, or any other special photo ID that you would normally have to show at the voting place.
  • If you want to keep your information private, you can ask for your name to not be shown to the public or to businesses that use the list for ads.
  • Remember, you can't vote if you don't sign up at your Local Electoral Office before the election. It's good to do this early to avoid being in a hurry!
  • Please Email The Common People any time if you need more help.

Where to get help if you're struggling - You don't have to suffer in silence if you or your family struggle with mental health.

Here are some groups you can contact when you need help.
Samaritans: Phone 116 123, 24 hours a day, text SHOUT to 85258 or email, in confidence
Childline: Phone 0800 1111. Calls are free and won't show up on your bill.
MIND: Phone 0300 123 3393 for information about how to access mental health support. You can also email
National Domestic Abuse 24-hour Helpline: Perhaps visit from a device only you have access to. Phone 0808 2000 247.
PAPYRUS: A voluntary organisation supporting suicidal teens and young adults. Phone 0800 068 4141
Depression Alliance: A charity for people with depression. No helpline but offers useful resources and links to other information
Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM): For young men who are feeling unhappy. Helpline: 0800 58 58 58
Students Against Depression: A website for students who are depressed, have low mood, or are suicidal.
The Child Autism UK helpline: A vital resource for affected parents. Phone 01344 882248.
NHS: For information on your local NHS urgent mental health helpline.
(list adapted from CornwallLive)
Your life is valuable.