Election: Hitchin & Harpenden
BYRON Simon (Citizens For Undead Rights and Equality) Why should you vote for Citizens for Undead Rights and Equality? There are many reasons, but here is the most important: none of us own any moats, duck ponds, have second houses or employ our fa
BYRON Simon (Citizens For Undead Rights and Equality)
Why should you vote for Citizens for Undead Rights and Equality? There are many reasons, but here is the most important: none of us own any moats, duck ponds, have second houses or employ our families. If you are fed up with politicians treating us like zombies, vote for a party that at least treats all equally.
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DE BOTTON Oli (Lab)
"My five priorities are more jobs through support for local businesses and the green economy, better transport particularly buses in Hitchin, more affordable housing on brownfield sites, well funded public services with protection for post offices, more transparent politics. I will have no second home or job."
- 1 Devastated wife pays tribute to Stewart Macgregor following e-scooter accident
- 2 Multiple cars involved in A1(M) collision
- 3 Dozens die after catching COVID-19 in our hospitals
- 4 Delivery driver forced to floor in mobile phone robbery
- 5 Man in 70s arrested following A600 crash
- 6 Goldfish prizes to be banned on council-owned land
- 7 Letchworth and Baldock Sergeant set to retire after two decades in Herts
- 8 Hitchin launches H-Town Pounds
- 9 As Michael Keaton's Batman returns, Knebworth House features in first teaser for The Flash movie
- 10 Plans drawn up to reduce places at primary schools due to surplus
HANNAH Eric (Your Right To Democracy Party)
"We promote your say, your vote, your life, by a new system of government. It is the stage for all political persuasion and will stop the abuse of democracy. Hertfordshire can show we need change, it is up to you now to vote for it."
HENDERSON Margaret (Independent)
I live in Harpenden. I am a mother and grandmother. I was disgusted by our MPs' corruption, but I was appalled to find that one in eight of our UK children live in extreme poverty - shameful. I decided to stand. Visit my website at margarethendersonstandingasmp.co.uk
LILLEY Peter (Con)
I promise to defend the Green Belt which provides green lungs between Harpenden, Hitchin and Luton; keep in touch with constituents between elections with my house meetings month by month and street by street; and bring my 10 years of ministerial experience to help tackle Gordon Brown's huge deficit by promoting growth and cutting waste rather than raising taxes."
QUINTON Nigel (Lib Dem)
If you want fair taxes, smaller class sizes, tuition fees scrapped, more apprenticeships, a new green economy, a zero carbon Britain by 2050, renewable energy, fair votes, clean politics, more local accountability, a better NHS, politicians to trust people again. A REAL CHANGE! Then I'm on your side. Vote Lib Dem."
WILKINSON Graham (UKIP)
This government now borrows �1/2bn per day, cannot control immigration while an EU member, and presents us a �200bn bill for 'global warming'. Do you want the UK or the EU running our affairs? The other parties offer more debt and EU rule, only UKIP gives you back your country."
WISE Richard (Green)
"The urgent problem is not the deficit but environmental degradation, unemployment and inequality. The last 'great depression' was ended when war forced the government to mobilise people and resources for military production and war fighting. Now we must mobilise people and resources to tackle climate change and the energy crisis.