Laurence Fox has the words "Freedom" and "Space" tattooed on his hands.
The 42-year-old actor took to Instagram to show off the colors on Sunday after it was revealed that he plans to form a new political party to wage the "culture wars".
The party is slated to be called Reclaim, with Laurence posing for his social media snapshot and holding his hands together in fists.
Laurence Fox has the words "Freedom" and "Space" tattooed on his hands
He already has a sprig of & # 39; English Roses & # 39; tattooed on arm and hand.
It is believed that "freedom" and "space" are what he wants to "reclaim". He uploaded the recording along with the heading "Always".
MailOnline asked for a comment.
Laurence has raised more than £ 5 million for the party – after receiving sizeable sums of money from former Tory donors. He hopes to have dozens of candidates across the UK.
The 42-year-old actor plans to found a new political party to fight the "culture wars".
The Lewis star says he wants to create a movement for people who are "tired of knowing that we represent exactly what we have stood against in history".
Nigel Farage has also threatened to form an anti-lockdown party after criticizing Boris Johnson's draconian measures to contain the surge in coronavirus cases.
Fox's goals in his new party include reforming the BBC and celebrating Britain's contribution to the world, according to The Telegraph.
Cash: He has already raised more than £ 5 million for the party
In the queue: the party that has not yet been approved by the electoral commission
The party is temporarily called Reclaim and has a website called LaurenceFoxParty.
He hopes to launch the party next month and the name is subject to election commission approval.
Its website states: “For many years it has become clear that our politicians have lost touch with the people who represent and govern them. In addition, our public institutions are now working on an agenda that goes beyond their primary purpose.
Objectives: Its objectives include reforming the BBC, protecting freedom of expression and celebrating Britain's contribution to the world
Background: Early supporters of the new party include Julia Hartley-Brewer, Darren Grimes and Toby Young, who said Fox's contribution to politics was "exciting news".
& # 39; Our modern UK was born out of the respectful inclusion of so many individual voices. It is imbued with the innate values of families and communities that are literally diverse, but united in the desire and need to call this island home.
“People in the UK are fed up with knowing that we are portraying exactly what we have stood against in history.
“We all have the privilege of being the guardians of our common heritage. We can take back a respectful nation where everyone is included and no one is ashamed to call home. & # 39;
He added, “I am so encouraged by the support I have received from those who wish to add their voices to this recovery of our values.
“Our country now urgently needs a new political movement that promises to make our future an endeavor, not a divisive one. That is my aim now. & # 39;
Split Opinion: Many on social media are split over the news, with some celebrating an alternative to current options in politics while others mocking Fox and its views
Fox, who was a heavy critic on the BBC, sparked controversy when he said proposals by "racism" about how the Duchess of Sussex was treated in some areas were "boring".
He also targeted black and working class actors for complaining about the industry once they had "five million pounds in the bank".
A Westminster source said the new party was a version of UKIP for the Culture Wars and believed it could attract hundreds of thousands of unhappy Conservative voters.
Sources close to Fox said the party does not see itself as a purely left or right wing, but will be a broad church.
So far, Reclaim has three goals, including protecting freedom of expression, reforming publicly funded institutions, and preserving and celebrating British cultural history.
Planning has been underway for two months and supporters include former Tory donor Jeremy Hosking.
Staff are already being hired for the party after Fox was introduced to the political arena following his appearance at Question Time in January.
Meanwhile, Nigel Farage has also announced that he is considering forming a new party to challenge the current lockdown measures.
The Brexit party leader put great pressure on the prime minister, saying the current restrictions pose a threat to freedom.
Strike back: Nigel Farage has threatened to form an anti-lockdown party when he criticized Boris Johnson's draconian measures to contain the surge in coronavirus cases
He told The Times: "We stood aside for the Boris Johnson administration, now many are wondering why we bothered."
He had previously criticized the government's actions, accusing Mr Johnson of adopting an "authoritarian" response to the crisis.
The former UKIP tweeted earlier this week: "The Prime Minister says we are a 'freedom loving country' but you will be fined £ 10,000 and send in the army if he wants.
“That's authoritarian – I don't believe his promises about testing or government competence. We didn't vote for it. & # 39;