United by core values – including openness, tolerance, democracy and opportunity – the More United Network aims to heal divisions and encourage collaborative politics.
Rosie Duffield and 64 MPs join More United Network to launch fight against tribalism in politics’ MPs from six different parties met together for the first time since the election in Westminster today with an aim to fight extremism and tribalism in politics by collaborating on key issues in the national interest.
Rosie Duffield MP said:
“I am proud to be a part of More United, a cross-party movement making politics less extreme and less tribal. If we want to heal a divided Britain, politicians must work across party lines to come together beyond the election and put the national interest first to move the country forward.
The General Election might have been fought on tribal lines, but our Network offers real hope of change, encouraging cross-party collaboration, pushing back against extremism. If this kind of system was needed before, it is utterly essential today.”