The People’s Challenge Limited (TPC Ltd) is registered as a not for profit company working for the benefit of the community (Company Registration Number 10748788).
TPC Ltd has the following objects defined in its Articles of Association:
The objects of the Company are to carry on activities which benefit the community and in particular (without limitation) to:
- Protect and preserve the principle of Parliamentary Sovereignty;
- Challenge, by whatever means are appropriate, attempts by the Government to circumvent Parliamentary Sovereignty through the use of, but not limited to, such devices as Royal Prerogative & “Henry VIII” powers;
- Protect and preserve EU citizenship rights for all UK Citizens;
- Protect and preserve the applicability of EU citizenship rights for EU27 citizens resident in the UK;
- Campaign for an informed debate and meaningful Parliamentary decision based on all options that exist at the conclusion of the Article 50 negotiation to achieve an outcome that is in the best interests of the United Kingdom and its people.
through all and any democratic & legal means.
How we are funded
TPC Ltd is funded by donations, crowd-funding campaigns and its directors.
How The People’s Challenge spends its funds
We spend the funds we receive in the following areas:
- Funding legal work and where necessary litigation to support the Objects set out above;
- Research, Marketing, Public Relations and Advertising in support of those Objects;
- Management, Organisation and Co-ordination of those tasks;
- The Governance and Organisation needed to comply with the requirements and good practice of being a registered company.
TPC Ltd has no salaried staff.
Directors are reimbursed for expenses necessarily incurred in the execution of their work.
Directors may be compensated for the services they provide to TPC Ltd at a rate which will not exceed the equivalent of £1,200 per month. As at 1st November 2019 only one director has claimed for services provided to TPC Ltd.
Annual report & Accounts
The People’s Challenge Limited was incorporated on 2nd May 2017.
The Annual Report & Accounts are available at Companies House.
We greatly value your support. Many of you have been with us for a good while and have donated not just once but multiple times. We thank you all for it, and we do know that there are practical limits to what people can contribute.
Whether you can donate right now or not (if you can, please click on the image above to do so), please spread the word among your contacts and on social media. Have you got a fiver or so you could spare for us? Could you spare us a fiver next month, the month after…?
Apart from the sheer time and effort involved in what we do, much of it costs money that we can’t spend without your financial support.
We follow matters as they develop. They’re always volatile, and in these times of Brexit extensions and now a General Election it means that days’ or weeks’ worth of work has to be set aside or even lost completely as the situation changes.
Our aim is to help people to see what’s going on, to understand what they are (or aren’t) being told, and to decide what’s best for our country: what’s really in the national interest, what protects fundamental citizenship rights and ensures that Parliament and not the executive (= the government) is sovereign.
There’s still a long way to go (again) and there are no guarantees about what the outcome will be. The only thing that’s certain is that if we stop trying we will lose.
To help protect our fundamental rights, and support Parliament in safeguarding them, please support The People’s Challenge so that the campaign to make your voice heard can continue.
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Published by Grahame Pigney on behalf of The People’s Challenge Ltd.