To bring about reform of our money system, we need to build a movement of people from across the political spectrum.
We know that Positive Money supporters have a range of different political perspectives: some worry that implicit government subsidy of banks prevents true competition, while others are concerned that inflated asset prices contribute to rising inequality.
This diversity makes our campaign stronger – and our voice much more difficult to ignore. We want to hear from you.
Can you answer three short questions about your political viewpoint?
Many Positive Money supporters are politically active, while others are campaigning for the first time. Our movement includes elected representatives in all major UK political parties. Over a dozen Positive Money supporters stood as candidates in the 2015 General Election. We want to ensure that party members are well-supported to champion Positive Money proposals from within.
First we need to know who you are! Please answer three questions to help us strenghten our campaign.
“From my experience, being a Positive Money supporter and a Liberal Democrat presents an exciting opportunity. I work to build confidence about Positive Money within the party. This summer, I was able to give Positive Money a prominent place at the Social Liberal Forum conference, an annual conference for party members committed to social justice.”
Teena, Positive Money supporter