Because more important than any one commitment in this manifesto is the spirit in which we make them. Our job is to serve you, the people. To deliver on the instruction you gave us in 2016 – to get Brexit done. But then to move on to making the UK an even better country – to investing in the NHS, our schools, our people and our towns.
Although the Alliance Party originally positioned itself as a moderate and non-sectarian unionist party, it has since moved to a position of policy neutrality on the issue of a United Ireland. During the 1980s and 1990s, the Party’s then Leader, John Alderdice, was a well known figure within Northern Irish politics.