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Revision as of 19:03, 28 March 2013

Party Information
Name (abreviation): Pirate Party UK (PPUK)
Country: UK
Status: Registered
Registered: 30.06.2009
Slogan: Sharing is caring!
Party Leader: Loz Kaye
Campaigns Manager: Andy Halsall
Party Treasurer: Gavin Meredith
Nominating Officer: Phil Cooke
Members: 800 (28.04.2010)
Percentage of women: Numbers unavailable (
Campaign finance: approx. 10,000€ (30.04.2010)
1 national organisation
12 regional groups
Headquarters: -, -, -
phone: Press: +44 (0)161 987 7880
eMail: Executive committee:, Board of Governors:, press enquiries:

Pirate Party UK (official abbreviation: "PPUK") is the pirate party of the United Kingdom.


National Executive Committee

  • Leader: Loz Kaye
  • Treasurer: Gavin Meredith
  • Campaigns Manager: Andy Halsall
  • Nominations Officer: Phil Cooke
  • Party Secretary: Harley Faggetter
  • Deputy Campaigns: Jack Allnutt
  • Web Team Leader: Steve Wilson

Board of Governors

  • Stephen Ogden
  • Will Tovey
  • Shaun Dyer
  • Finlay Archibald
  • Peter Brett
  • Jack Allnutt
  • Mark Wood
  • John Barron
  • Andrew Robinson
  • Ed Geraghty
  • Andrew Lyons

Official status

The party is officially registered.

Electoral results

PPUK has run candidates in the following elections, in chronological order:

May 2010, UK parliamentary election, 9 candidates.

September 2010, Edinburgh council by-election, 1 candidate.

May 2011, Scottish parliamentary election, ran in 2 regions.

May 2011, England and Wales local government elections, 1 candidate.

May 2012, United Kingdom local government elections, 6 candidate