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Results: 650 of 650 constituencies declared
|CON 307||LAB 258||LIB DEM 57||OTHER 28|
Name: Stuart Dearsley
Candidate for: Worthing West
Why I want to be an MP: This country is in a state of change with none of the leading parties seemingly able to take the initiative.
Labour support is seeing a downward trend and the Conservatives now see the Lib Dems as their main threat.
We are seeing a rise in a number of newer parties and parties that previously gained little support.
I believe this is time for change and I feel that the Christian Party can have a growing influence on the nation today and to show that the time has come for the country to look at other options than the three parties
Marital status: Married
Born: Frome, Somerset, January 1973.
Address: West Worthing.
Occupation: Head of customer services and personnel
Interests: Family, football, cricket and most other sports, writing, walking, travel and visiting graveyards
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