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Money Free Party UK Constitution
March 18, 2017  

1.   NAME:

1.1    The official name of the Party shall be the Money Free Party, legally known as the Money Free Party, herein after referred to as ‘The Party’.

2.   AIMS:

2.1   To end the debt/credit management system, based on trade and monetary ownership, and herald in a scientifically managed and equitable society, based on the respect of resources, environment and equality, where people can live in a clean environment without fear of violence or poverty. Protecting the planet, and its inhabitants be they, animal, plant or human.

The above aim 2.1 is a system generally referred to as a:

Resource Based Economy (RBE) or Open Access Society

2.2    In conjunction with 2.1, The Party is committed to freedom and equality for every human citizen. The Party will recognize, defend, and protect the sovereign rights of every human being to be free from oppression, persecution and exploitation in all its forms, as well as respecting dignity, via open access to the resources of the planet, which ensures the highest possible quality of life to all its citizens.

2.3    While respecting human diversity with regards to cultural developments, ultimately The Party’s vision is of a humane community based on shared values of health and wellbeing for all humankind.

2.4   The Party supports an evidence-based competent democracy, free from monetary coercion.

2.5   The Party supports and practices a non-violent society based on trust and human kinship.


3.1    Fielding candidates in elections to inform the public of the true nature of the monetary system and the reasons why The Party promotes a Resource Based Economy.

3.2    Promoting groups, non-political organizations and individuals committed through their actions    and/or educational awareness programs to spread understanding for the need of a transition to an equitable and sustainable society (RBE).

3.3    To promote and encourage growth in local, self-sustainability initiatives (RBE).

3.4    To help facilitate global support for a money free open access society (RBE).


4.1    The Party does not work on the conventional political hierarchy principle. For legal purposes, The Party’s spokesperson will take up the role of party leader. 

4.2    The Party will use an Executive Committee to promote discussion and produce decisions.

4.3   The Party’s spokesperson will have an equal say as any other member of the party and should be seen as a spokesperson for the general membership, not as a traditional leader.

4.4    The Party’s spokesperson will be rotated on a regular basis.  Any member may put themselves forward for the spokesperson candidacy. A suitable method of application for rotation of spokesperson will be selected by the Executive Committee, and the Executive Committee will decide a date to change the leader/spokesperson.

4.5   In the case of multiple members applying for the spokesperson’s role, the Executive Committee will determine the spokesperson. An internal party vote may be used to decide The Party’s spokesperson with the permission of the Executive Committee.   


5.1   The Executive Committee has the responsibility to ensure the overall direction of The Party is towards achieving a Resource Based Economy.

5.2   All members have access to the Executive Committees meetings. Meetings will be held over free online applications such as Google Hangouts. Annual meetings are to be held depending on the Executive Committee's activity levels. 

5.3   All members may join the Executive Committee by becoming regular participants within The Party. The Executive Committee is open for all members. If participation levels become detrimental to the Executive Committee's ability to work, the Executive Committee has the power to change its meeting setup.   

5.4   In the case of large membership levels, all committees shall nominate a spokesperson to the Executive Committee.

5.5   All meetings will be documented and main points made available for general membership.

5.6   During periods of low party membership, the Executive Committee should be used to fill the committee roles in which the general membership does not fill.

5.7   Members should be assigned to different committees via the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee will offer help and advice to members on suitable roles. A member’s capability and experience will be taken into account regarding assignment to committees.

5.8   The Executive Committee reserves the right to remove any member from any committee after discussion and vote.


6.1    Individual committees will be created as the Executive Committee deems fit.

6.2    These committee's will cover areas such as:

•   Election Support Committee (local and national)
•   RBE Transition Committee
•   Party Publicity
•   Any additional committees as deemed necessary

6.3   Any committee created may be disbanded at any time by The Party, if no longer necessary.

6.4    Any expenditures within these committees must be signed off by The Party’s Treasurer and Executive Committee.


7.1   The Party is bound by its ethical principles and values that articulate the aims and aspirations of The Party as outlined above.

7.2   The Party believes in non-violence. Any member promoting violence in any form will immediately be removed from The Party. 

The above includes the sending of any social media posts that incite hatred, violence or offence to human groupings. Failure to do so may lead to a misconduct charge and pending democratic agreement, the disassociation of the individual from The Party.

7.3   The Party is open to anyone. However, any member representing The Party in any capacity must, as well as supporting its aims and activities, read, comprehend and abide by The Party’s ethical values and principles and non-violent stance.

7.4   Any citizen, over the age of 15+, of the United Kingdom, European Union, and Citizen of any of the Commonwealth Countries, that has a right to reside legally in United Kingdom, may become a member of The Party free of charge, at no monetary cost. Any member may donate to The Party.

7.5   The Party resides via the Money Free Party UK website:

7.6   The Party is run and maintained by volunteers. No wage is taken by its members.

7.7    All members have an equal vote and equal opportunity for input and vote to The Party’s direction.

7.8   In the case of high levels of membership, the general membership may elect a spokesperson to the   Executive Committee to represent them. The spokesperson will be a point of contact for any general member.


8.1   All donations will go through The Party’s PayPal account. All donations will be reviewed by the Treasurer. The Treasurer is charged with accepting or returning any donation.

8.2   Any UK-based expenditure will be signed off by the Executive Committee and the Party Treasurer.

8.3    The Treasurer will be responsible for all monetary requirements from the UK Electoral Commission. 

8.4   The Party’s Treasurer will be rotated. The term length will be selected by the Executive Committee. The method of Treasurer selection and rotation will be chosen by the Executive Committee.


9.1   All Candidates must provide a written application to state their intention to run as a Candidate under the Money Free Party. This application must state any information that could be deemed contradictory to The Party's principles as stated above. Upon acceptance of a Candidate, The Party’s member will then be placed onto the list of approved Candidates.

9.2   All Candidates must sign an agreement with The Party to follow the legal responsibilities and party
guidelines. This agreement must be co-signed by the Party Treasurer, Party Spokesperson nd Nominating Officer.  In the case of using an election agent, they must also sign the agreement.

9.3   The Party's Nominating Officer, with agreement of the Executive Committee, may remove from candidacy any Candidate or officer who does not follow The Party’s guidelines as outlined above. This includes any officer or Candidate that is damaging The Party’s interests.  Either party removal or suspension may also be used if deemed necessary.


10.1    The Executive Committee will elect a Nominating Officer who will take responsibility over The Party’s descriptions and emblems.

10.2   The Party reserves the right to create or delete any additional officers as deemed necessary, 


11.1   This Constitution can be changed at any time by a majority vote of the general membership.

General Discussion / Money Free Party Minutes 16/10/16
« Last post by Nick Tapping on October 19, 2016, 06:55:47 PM »
Minutes of Second Google Hangout Money Free Party U.K. 10/17/2016
The second organizational meeting of the Money Free Party U.K. to finalize the Raft/Platform and Planks to present to the MFP-UK General Membership for ratification and vote was held on Saturday, October 15, 2016. In attendance were: Stephen Mason, Jodian Rodgers, Monty Phillips, Chris Dunne, Nick Tapping and Cathy Heyworth Harris
Transition to a Resource Based Economy
[The equitable and intelligent management of resources]
(needs accompanying Position Paper)
Transition/Infrastructure to a Resource Based Economy
Free access to:
Food, Housing, Health Care, Clean Energy, Education, Communication, Transportation, Social Wage
(needs accompanying Position Paper)
Construction of a Venus Project city in areas where applicable
(needs accompanying Position Paper)
TRANSPARENCY/CENTRAL _________ (need to find one more word or leave as is?)
Forensic auditing of all governmental budgets to find waste
and how to reduce spending of money
(needs accompanying Position Paper)
(needs accompanying Position Paper)
How do we interact with countries which are not Resource Based Economies as a whole? i.e. Human Rights, Trade, Borders, etc.
Invoke and enforce Article 25 of the United Nation’s
Declaration of Human Rights
(needs accompanying Position Paper)
Next meeting date for Executive Committee:
Saturday, October 29, 2016 at noon.
Items for discussion:
Assigning volunteers to write accompanying Position Papers to explain specifics of Platform and Planks.
Formation of Policy Committees:
Human Resources/Volunteers
Platform/Planks Name
Accompanying Position Papers
IT Department/Software Planning
Respectfully submitted:
Cathy Heyworth Harris
General Discussion / Re: Videos to make you think.
« Last post by Gabriel Morales on February 26, 2016, 10:08:32 PM » brings you FOUR HORSEMEN - an award winning independent feature documentary which lifts the lid on how the world really works.

As we will never return to 'business as usual' 23 international thinkers, government advisors and Wall Street money-men break their silence and explain how to establish a moral and just society.

FOUR HORSEMEN is free from mainstream media propaganda -- the film doesn't bash bankers, criticise politicians or get involved in conspiracy theories. It ignites the debate about how to usher a new economic paradigm into the world which would dramatically improve the quality of life for billions.

"It's Inside Job with bells on, and a frequently compelling thesis thanks to Ashcroft's crack team of talking heads -- economists, whistleblowers and Noam Chomsky, all talking with candour and clarity." - Total Film

"Four Horsemen is a breathtakingly composed jeremiad against the folly of Neo-classical economics and the threats it represents to all we should hold dear."
- Harold Crooks, The Corporation (Co-Director) Surviving Progress (Co-Director/Co-Writer)
General Discussion / 2017 Water Strike to help realize Article 25
« Last post by Nick Tapping on February 22, 2016, 11:31:47 AM »
In a transitional  approach to help realize Article 25 Human Rights Act
To create a global legal and lawful precedence in realizing part of Article 25
If access to water is limited to money then people with no money cannot have access to water or have human rights. Therefore our right to access water must be free and without enforced obligation
Act    I propose that all citizens [eligible human beings] as from January 2017 withhold payment of all bills pertaining to access to water, until all citizen [Human beings] on the planet have access to a healthy supply of water.
it is difficult to comprehend a  world of peace without  Article 25 of the Human Rights Act being realized .
General Discussion / Re: MFP UK "Leadership"
« Last post by Andrei Dudau on February 13, 2016, 03:57:38 PM »
hi, I want to help out in anyway would like to put my name forward
Hi Jodian,
I've sent you a friends request on FB.

How about Andrei setting up a group video call?

What for ?
It can be done but just to know for what and when.
General Discussion / Re: MFP UK "Leadership"
« Last post by Money Free Party on February 12, 2016, 09:26:17 AM »
How about Andrei setting up a group video call?
General Discussion / Re: MFP UK "Leadership"
« Last post by Jodian Rodgers on February 09, 2016, 11:57:56 PM »
hi, I want to help out in anyway would like to put my name forward
General Discussion / MFP UK "Leadership"
« Last post by Andrei Dudau on February 09, 2016, 02:00:30 PM »
Hello all,
If you are registered on the membership site (Here's the link) you should have received an email from Nick Tapping.
The message reads
Dear Money Free Party Member, after 4 years of being the registered leader of Money Free UK, I am stepping down, so the party will be without a leader in the UK.
It is a statutory requirement to have a leader of a political party registered with the electoral commission , so without you coming forward the party in the UK will cease to exist.
Please consider being the registered leader of Money Free Party UK
All applications for leader ship can be made by replying to this post, or by making ones intent known on our forum.
All applications for leadership should be in by the 8th of March 2016.
Look forward to hearing from you,
Nick Tapping

This is major blow to the Money Free Party UK and the RBE movement in UK and worldwide.

Our purpose is not to rule councils or to be MPs. Money Free Party is about getting the message out about a Resource Based Economy, however given the current framework we need 3 individuals willing to stand up and put their names on the registration form.

Nick has been a tremendous asset to the party and the movement but one person cannot do it alone.

This being said, please think about it and let's get this done.

If we can achieve a working political party in time for 2020 elections then we will be able to put the question into the hearts of the electorate about "Why we have this system? Can't we do better?"

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