Pirate Party Loz Kaye
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Election 2015 smaller parties: Pirate Party

The Pirate Party started fighting for internet freedom but now has Britain's "first crowd-sourced manifesto", says its leader.

Loz Kaye told the Daily Politics that it stood for "taking democracy back", and getting people involved in politics.

And he claimed that internet access for all would help push the UK economy and deliver growth.

This is one of a series of interviews with 22 smaller parties contesting seats at the 2015 general election

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  • 14 Apr 2015
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