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Results: 650 of 650 constituencies declared
|CON 307||LAB 258||LIB DEM 57||OTHER 28|
Name: Douglas Denny
Candidate for: Bognor Regis & Littlehampton
Party: UK Independence Party
Why I want to be an MP: Arun district is being swamped by government-imposed overdevelopment of housing on greenfield sites without the people already living here being
If elected, I would press for more jobs, services and infrastructure, including doctors, dentists, schools and better roads to serve the communities of Bognor Regis and Littlehampton.
The proposed Ford eco town was defeated mainly because of the power of the people in protesting at this threat and it is this grass-roots democracy which UKIP supports at every level.
The twin pleasures of living close to the countryside and the sea are important to all of us who live in West Sussex and I am keen to preserve this environment.
Commercial fishing, once an important part of life on the coast, and agriculture, particularly livestock farming, have been decimated by unelected EU bureaucrats and the regulations of the Common Agricultural Policy, which UKIP would remove.
UKIP believes strongly in the principles of the NHS but it is over-managed, wasteful and too bureaucratic.
As part of its policy of returning power to the people, my party would introduce directly elected county boards to manage the health service, police and schools.
By voting for the three main parties you are asking for more uncontrolled immigration, destroyed economy, poorly funded hospitals, schools, police and roads and, of course, more sleaze and corrupt MPs.
Break the political mould by voting for straight-talking, radical and honest UKIP which offers people Swiss-style referenda, will stop paying £45 million a day to Brussels and remove the red tape strangling our businesses.
Relationship status: Single
Born: March 31, 1948, Barrow-in-Furness
Address: Sunnyway, Bosham, near Chichester
Interests: Astronomy, sailing, walking, electronics
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