How we started

Reform UK was founded with support from Nigel Farage in November 2018 as the Brexit Party, advocating a no-deal Brexit and was a significant political force in 2019. After Brexit, it was renamed to Reform UK in January 2021, and became primarily an anti-lockdown party during the COVID-19 pandemic. Subsequently, in December 2022, it began campaigning on the British cost-of-living crisis.

History now tells us that we were not wrong.

Nigel Farage Reform UK

Our Leader Richard Tice

Richard James Sunley Tice is an English businessman who has been leader of Reform UK since 6 March 2021.

A multi-millionaire, Richard Tice was CEO of the real estate group CLS Holdings from 2010 to 2014, after which he became CEO of the property asset management group Quidnet Capital LLP.

Richard helped found the Brexit Party, later renamed Reform UK, and was elected as a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the East of England constituency at the 2019 European Parliament election. He held this role until the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the EU in January 2020. He continued to serve as chairman of the party under Nigel Farage and took office as leader in March 2021.

Richard Tice Reform UK

Jason Moorcroft Runcorn Helsby Candidate

Now as we emter the General Election 2024 Reform are posturing to win seats. Jason Moorcroft is the Runcorn-Helsby candidate and is focussed on delivering success at the ballot box.

Jason Moorcroft Reform UK
Representing the people of Runcorn and Helsby Constituency. Promoted by Jason Moorcroft, Reform UK 83 Victoria St, London SW1H OHW