The Veterans’ and People’s Party aims to be the most accountable and transparent party within UK politics. To this end we have published this guidance to assist anyone wishing to make a complaint or, indeed, is dealing with a complaint that has been made against the Veterans’ and People’s Party or its supporters, members, volunteers or elected members. If you have a complaint we wish to hear about it and we will do our best to put it right.
Our complaints procedure has the following goals:
Complaints are something that we aim to resolve through conversation, discussion and better understanding. Should you wish to bring a more formal action against something you believe is criminal or potentially grounds for revoking of membership, then you should not use this procedure as it is not intended to be a substitute for the following:
If you are a member of staff and wish to raise a concern in confidence, and you not feel this can be trusted to your line manager, then you should follow the Whistleblowing Policy.
If, however, you have a complaint or grievance that does not fall into any of the above categories, you should follow the guidance in this document.
To download and view our full Complaints Policy please click here.