Who we are
The No Corruption Alliance: We are a directory network that supports independent MP candidates to get elected that have signed a pledge designed to help prevent corruption. We also provide materials and a directory network to promote better organization of local independent campaigning branches. These materials include advice and education on researching the MP candidates they support potential conflicts of interest. Our website address is: https://www.nocorruptionalliance.com and the original developer is Daryl Brown.
Our Privacy Promise
The No Corruption Alliance will never store, share or use any data stored by us for anything that is beyond the functioning of our goals to help you network and get independent MP candidates elected. This may include sharing site and user data with people who could resurrect the directory in the event that something happens to the founder preventing the founder from operating it. We will never sell your data to anyone. I will always endeavour to utilize any third party scripts, plugins or externally based tools that we do not have control over what happens to the data as least as possible. Whenever my skill sets and time availability allow I will aim to remove-and-replace any reliance on third party scripts, plugins and externally based tools to help make this website and directory run. If you are able to assist me in this by building these replacement tools in-house then please contact me to help.
This website is powered by an open source tool called WordPress.
Third Party Scripts
Constituency and branch search bar: This search by postcode then redirect to the correct constituency page search tool is built off of code I adapted from the open source tool called ‘constituency-lookup‘ developed by Stephen Keable and uploaded to GitHub with the source code for all to see and use. Which in itself is built upon the also free and open source Lookup API from postcodes.io whose source code is also uploaded to GitHub free and available for all to see and use. Postcodes.io Licence as listed on their website:
Third Party Plugins
Shariff Wrapper (Social Media Share Buttons Plugin):
Social Media Plugin “Shariff Wrapper”
On our website we offer share buttons for the following services / companies: AddThis, Diaspora, Facebook, Flattr, Flipboard, LinkedIn, Mix, Odnoklassniki, Patreon, PayPal, Pinterest, Pocket, Qzone, Reddit, Telegram, TencentWeibo, Threema, Tumblr, Twitter, VK, Wallabag, Weibo, WhatsApp, Xing.
WP MapIt: A non-google WordPress plugin to display OpenStreetMap maps for on the website. Find out more here: https://wp-mapit.chandnipatel.in/
Very Simple Contact Form: A WordPress plugin to help users of the website contact the website owner. Find out more here: https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/very-simple-contact-form/
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