Let’s End Poverty is a diverse, growing movement of people who are united behind a vision for a UK where poverty can’t keep anyone down. Whoever you are, whatever your experience, join us. Let's end poverty - now, together, forever.

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of people think more needs to be done to tackle poverty in the UK*

Let’s put poverty on the agenda at the general election.

There doesn’t have to be poverty in the UK. But over many years, our society has been built in a way that traps people in hardship and keeps them there.

Now, we urgently need to build something better. As we approach the election on 4 July, it’s time to make sure tackling poverty is a priority for the next government. 

We want to ask every candidate standing at the general election what they will do to tackle poverty, if election. Join the movement for change. 

Take action

Sign the Pledge

We need to put poverty on the agenda at this general election. Sign the pledge to say that you will demand action to end poverty from all our political leaders.

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Could you join us to campaign, speak up and take action to make sure poverty is a core priority at the next general election?

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Why are you motivated to end poverty in the UK?

“I'm scandalised by how we make increasing levels of poverty and inequality normal”

“It’s time for change - for social justice!”

“The issues are systemic and poverty is unjust. We have the resources we need to fix this.”

“Because people need a life not just an existence.”

“People in poverty already make enormous contributions to society but as long as they are locked into poverty we are all losing out on the immense diversity of their full potential.”

“No child should have to grow up hungry.”

“I’ve experienced poverty and this is a chance for me to try to end it with other people who are experiencing the same now.”