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The Independents for Frome (ifF) is a local political party based in Frome, in the English county of Somerset. Formed in 2011, it gained a majority on the Frome Town Council in 2011, and it has held all of the council's 17 seats since May 2015. The emergence of the party is a result of ideas developed by a group of citizens, later described as "flatpack democracy" by Peter Macfadyen, one of the founders and initial councillors.

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  • The Independents for Frome (ifF) is a local political party based in Frome, in the English county of Somerset. Formed in 2011, it gained a majority on the Frome Town Council in 2011, and it has held all of the council's 17 seats since May 2015. The emergence of the party is a result of ideas developed by a group of citizens, later described as "flatpack democracy" by Peter Macfadyen, one of the founders and initial councillors.
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  • The Independents for Frome (ifF) is a local political party based in Frome, in the English county of Somerset. Formed in 2011, it gained a majority on the Frome Town Council in 2011, and it has held all of the council's 17 seats since May 2015. The emergence of the party is a result of ideas developed by a group of citizens, later described as "flatpack democracy" by Peter Macfadyen, one of the founders and initial councillors.
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