Yorkshire Party

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Yorkshire Party
Chair Lucy Brown
Leader Stewart Arnold
Deputy Leader Chris Whitwood
Founded April 2014 (April 2014)
Ideology Yorkshire regionalism Social democracy[1]
Political position Centre
European affiliation European Free Alliance[2]
Colours      Sky blue,      white
Local government in Yorkshire
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Website
www.yorkshireparty.org.uk

The Yorkshire Party is a regionalist political party in Yorkshire, a historic county of England. Launched by Richard Carter and Stewart Arnold ahead of the 2014 European Parliament election,[4] it campaigns for the establishment of a Yorkshire Parliament within the UK, similar to the Scottish Parliament or National Assembly for Wales.

It describes itself as a party of the "pragmatic centre", with "progressive views on economic, social and environmental issues".[5] Its constitution rejects the whip system, and its candidates agree to abide by Martin Bell's code of conduct for politicians.[6]

History

Founded as Yorkshire First, the party faced its first electoral test when it stood three candidates in Yorkshire and the Humber in the 2014 European elections.[7] The party's launch was welcomed by a spokesperson for Mebyon Kernow.[8] During the campaign, the party complained about BBC and Ofcom rules which precluded it from having an election broadcast.[9] It came 8th of 10 parties with 19,017 votes (1.47%),[10] which the party's lead candidate, Stewart Arnold, described as "a hugely significant result".[11]

In late 2014, a former Labour councillor, Paul Salveson, joined the party, saying the "vitality in Scotland confirmed that it was the right choice to make".[12] He stood as the party's parliamentary candidate in Colne Valley in the 2015 general election.[13]

The party's 2014 conference took place in Leeds on 22 November 2014, with Ed Straw (Jack Straw's brother) as a guest speaker.[14] By then, the party was planning to field up to 27 candidates in the 2015 UK election and considering Morley and Outwood as a target seat.[15]

Bob Buxton, a physics teacher at Leeds City College who is opposed to university tuition fees,[16] was announced as the party's parliamentary candidate in Leeds North West. He believes devolution will improve housing and transport development, including railways.[17] Former GP Dr Rod Sutcliffe stood as the candidate in Calder Valley,[18] lecturer Darren Hill in Shipley[19] and former Liberal Democrat MEP Diana Wallis in Haltemprice and Howden.[20]

In 2015, the party was granted observer status in the European Free Alliance grouping[21] and has since become a full member.[22]

The party launched its manifesto in February 2015 with calls for a directly-elected parliament for Yorkshire, a Yorkshire Futures Fund to drive sustainable growth, a new "Made in Yorkshire" label and a public holiday for the region on 1 August, Yorkshire Day.[23] The party's 2015 election slogan was "A voice for the region". Many candidates entered this as the 'description' for their ballot paper, with the party's name instead appearing as its emblem on the ballot paper.[citation needed] The party stood in 14 different constituencies on 7 May 2015.[24]

In March 2015, Vicky Butler, who was intending to contest Kingston upon Hull North for the UK Independence Party, defected to Yorkshire First and stood there for Yorkshire First.[25]

Wayne Chadburn became the party's first local council representative, having been returned unopposed to Penistone Town Council.[26]

In July 2016, Yorkshire First was renamed the more "positive and inclusive" name of Yorkshire Party.[27]

In the 2017 general election the Yorkshire Party fielded 21 candidates across the region.[28] As a result the party was invited to participate in the BBC Look North Yorkshire Election 2017 debate, the only regional political party to do so.[29] The party polled 20,958 votes becoming the 6th most voted for party in England.[30]

In 2018, Mick Bower, who had stood in Rotherham in the previous year's general election, was selected as the party's candidate for Sheffield City Region mayor.

Electoral performance

European Parliament election, 2014

The European Parliament election was held in the UK on 22 May 2014.

Constituency Candidates Votes % Results Notes
Yorkshire and the Humber Stewart Arnold, Richard Carter, Richard Honnoraty 19,017 1.5 None elected Multi-member constituencies;
party list[31]

United Kingdom general election, 2015

Yorkshire First had candidates standing in 14 parliamentary seats. None were elected.

Constituency Candidate Votes %
Barnsley, E Tony Devoy 647 1.7[32]
Beverley & Holderness Lee Walton 658 1.2[33]
Calder Valley Rod Sutcliffe 389 0.7[34]
Colne Valley Paul Salveson 572 1.0[35]
Dewsbury Richard Carter 236 0.4[36]
East Yorkshire Stewart Arnold 720 1.4[37]
Haltemprice & Howden Diana Wallis 479 1.0[38]
Hemsworth Martin Roberts 1,018 2.4[39]
Hull, E Martin Clayton 270 0.8[40]
Hull, N Vicky Butler 366 1.0[41]
Leeds, NW Bob Buxton 143 0.3[42]
Morley & Outwood Arnie Craven 479 1.0[43]
Shipley Darren Hill 543 1.1[44]
York, Central Chris Whitwood 291 0.6[45]

By-elections 2015-2017

Date of election Constituency Candidate Votes %
5 May 2016 Sheffield, Brightside & Hillsborough Stevie Manion 349 1.5[46]

United Kingdom general election, 2017

The Yorkshire Party nominated 21 candidates for the 2017 general election. The average age of candidates was 35 with the youngest, Jack Render, 19. 20% were LGBT.[47] The party received 20,958 votes making it the 6th most voted-for party in England[48], ahead of National Health Action and other nationwide parties. None were elected and all lost their deposits, however notable individual results included gaining 3rd place in Don Valley, Doncaster Central, and Wakefield.

Constituency Name Votes %
Barnsley East Tony Devoy 1,215 3.0[49]
Beverley and Holderness Lee Walton 1,158 2.1[50]
Doncaster Central Chris Whitwood 1,346 3.1[51]
Doncaster North Charlie Bridges 741 1.8[52]
Don Valley Stevie Manion 1,599 3.5[53]
Elmet & Rothwell Matthew Clover 1,042 1.8[54]
Haltemprice & Howden Diana Wallis 942 1.8[55]
Hemsworth Martin Roberts 1,135 2.5[56]
Huddersfield Bikatshi Katenga 274 0.6[57]
Leeds East John Otley 422 1.0 [58]
Leeds North East Tess Seddon 303 0.6[59]
Leeds West Ed Jones 378 0.9[60]
Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford Daniel Gascoigne 1,431 2.9[61]
Pudsey Bob Buxton 1,138 2.1[62]
Richmond (Yorks) Chris Pearson 2,106 3.7[63]
Rotherham Mick Bower 1,432 3.8[64]
Scarborough and Whitby Bill Black 369 0.7[65]
Sheffield Central Jack Carrington 197 0.4[66]
Skipton and Ripon Jack Render 1,539 2.6[67]
Wakefield Lucy Brown 1,176 2.5[68]
Yorkshire East Timothy Norman 1,015 1.9[69]

United Kingdom local elections, 2015

In local elections, Yorkshire First won five seats on parish/town councils: Wayne Chadburn was elected unopposed to Penistone parish council, Tony and Eddie Devoy were elected in Brierley, and Bob Buxton was elected to Rawdon parish council. They joined Lee Walton, a former independent councillor in Hornsea, who joined Yorkshire First before the election and defended his seat in May 2015 as a Yorkshire First candidate.[70]

Yorkshire First fielded 15 candidates. There were two candidates in Wakefield MDC, one in East Riding of Yorkshire CC, eight in Kingston-upon-Hull, three in Barnsley MDC and one in Leeds MDC on 7 May 2015

Wakefield[citation needed]
Constituency Candidate Votes %
Ackworth, North Emsall & Upton Martin Roberts 493 6.6%
Wakefield North Lucy Brown 161 2.6%
East Riding Of Yorkshire CC[71]
Constituency Candidate Votes %
North Holderness Lee Walton 554 9.2%
Kingston-upon-Hull[72]
Constituency Candidate Votes %
Avenue Malcolm Johnson 72 1.2%
Beverley Anthony Morfitt 51 1.2%
Bransholme East Reece Young 123 4.1%
Bransholme West Colin Worrall 121 4.8%
Drypool Martin Clayton 58 1.1%
Orchard Park & Greenwood Keith Clayton 120 3.0%
Pickering Peter Mawer 77 1.6%
University Victoria Butler 163 4.6%
Barnsley MDC[73]
Constituency Candidate Votes %
Cudworth Tony Devoy 204 4.6%
North East Eddie Devoy 306 5.5%
Penistone West Wayne Chadburn 328 5.1%
Leeds[74]
Constituency Candidate Votes %
Headingley Bob Buxton 70 .8%

A by-election was held for the Dearne North ward of Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council on 27 August 2015 following the death of Labour Cllr Dave Sim. Tony Devoy, contested the Dearne North seat on Barnsley Council. He received 9.8% of the votes, 25 votes behind UKIP and over twice as many votes as the Conservatives. Labour held on to its safe seat.[75]

Dearne North By Election
Constituency Candidate Votes %
Dearne North Tony Devoy 115 9.8%

United Kingdom local elections, 2016

On 5 May 2016 the party fielded 17 candidates across 6 local authorities: 2 in Barnsley, 4 in Calderdale, 2 in Rotherham, 1 in Sheffield, and 5 in Wakefield.

Barnsley[76]
Ward Candidate Votes %
Cudworth Tony Devoy 338 17.4%
North East Eddie Devoy 295 11.6%
Calderdale[citation needed]
Ward Candidate Votes %
Greetland & Stainland Christopher Clinton 60 1.9%
Luddenden Foot Rod Sutcliffe 109 3.2%
Northowram & Shelf Daniel Manning 222 7.0%
Skircoat Darren Stansfield 56 1.5%
Leeds
Ward Candidate Votes %
Guiseley & Rawdon Bob Buxton 741 10.3%
Killingbeck & Seacroft John Otley 111 2.5%
Pudsey Conor O'Neill 211 3.3%
Rotherham
Ward Candidate Votes %
Keppel Peter Robert Key 268[77] 8.3%
Sitwell Mick Bower 827[78] 21.2%
Sheffield City Council[79]
Ward Candidate Votes %
Manor Castle Jack Carrington 399 13.0%
Wakefield[citation needed]
Ward Candidate Votes %
Ackworth, North Emsall & Upton Martin Roberts 234 6.2%
Altofts & Whitwood Steve Crookes 363 10.6%
Pontefract North Arnie Craven 168 5.6%
Wakefield North Lucy Brown 246 7.6%
Wakefield South Daniel Cochran 259 7.1%

United Kingdom local elections, 2017

The Yorkshire Party fielded 7 ward candidates at the 2017 local elections: 5 for Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council, and 2 for North Yorkshire County Council. Also contesting the Doncaster mayoral election.

Doncaster MBC[80]
Ward Candidate Votes %
Town Chris Whitwood 1195
Norton & Askern Jacob Barker 785
Conisbrough Stevie Manion 716
Adwick Le Street & Carrcroft Charlie Bridges 678
Wheatley Hills & Intake Gareth Shanks 728
North Yorkshire CC[81]
Ward Candidate Votes %
Newby Bill Black[82] 108
Romanby & Broomfield Chris Pearson[83] 365

Directly elected mayor of Doncaster

Chris Whitwood was the Yorkshire Party mayoral candidate in Doncaster in 2017. He saved his deposit.[84]

Date Of Election Local Authority Candidate Votes %
4 May 2017 Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council Chris Whitwood 3,235 5.04[85]

United Kingdom Local Elections, 2018

Barnsley
Ward Candidate Votes % Place
Cudworth Chris Burrows 161[86] 9.6 3rd
North East Tony Devoy 593[86] 27.6 2nd
Bradford
Ward Candidate Votes % Place
Bingley Mark Barton 230[87] 3.9 4th
Eccleshill Lara Joy Barras 131[88] 3.8 5th
Idle and Thackley Jonathan Daniel Stewart Barras 180[89] 4.4 4th
Calderdale
Ward Candidate Votes % Place
Northowram and Shelf Daniel Richard Manning 174[90] 5.2 3rd
Harrogate
Ward Candidate Votes % Place
Harrogate Starbeck John Philip Hall 37
Harrogate Stray Alexander James Howell 45
Ripon Ure Bank Jack Malcom Render 81
Spofforth with Lower Wharfedale Alexander Hall 58
Hull
Ward Candidate Votes % Place
Bricknell Alexis Blakeston 57[91]
Kirklees
Ward Candidate Votes % Place
Newsome Bikatshi Katenga 56[92]
Leeds[citation needed]
Ward Candidate Votes % Place
Guiseley & Rawdon Bob Buxton 1530 15.8 3rd (party)/ 7th (candidate)
Killingbeck & Seacroft John Otley 538 10.2 4th (party)/ 5th (candidate)
Pudsey Conor O'Neill 570 7.3 3rd (party)/ 7th (candidate)
Sheffield
Ward Candidate Votes % Place
Manor Castle Jack Carrington 268[93] 9.5 4th
Stockbridge & Upper Don William Pitt 405[93] 8.3 5th
Walkley Jack Bannan 183[93] 3.4 4th
Wakefield
Ward Candidate Votes % Place
Ackworth, North Elmsall and Upton Martin Paul Roberts 286 8.8 4th
Altofts and Whitwood Steven Eric Crookes 320 10.1 3rd
Castleford Central and Glasshoughton Paul Phelps 684 25.2 2nd
Pontefract North Arnie Craven 266 9.3 3rd
Wakefield Northuth Lucy Victoria Brown 223 7.3 3rd
Wakefield South Daniel Mathieson Cochran 234 6.0 3rd

See also

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External links

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