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Results: 650 of 650 constituencies declared
|CON 307||LAB 258||LIB DEM 57||OTHER 28|
Name: Nicholas Perry
Candidate for: Hastings & Rye
Party: Liberal Democrat
Why I want to be an MP: I moved to Hastings in 2007 and now live on the West Hill with my family.
I work for a rapid-response mental health team which covers the east side of East Sussex so I know the whole of our constituency well.
I hold degrees from Cambridge and London universities and won a blue for rugby league and an England Students cap.
I have the skills, energy and tenacity to be a great MP.
For the past 13 years, I have worked in social care and research, fighting family poverty in the UK.
I will be a strong voice in Westminster for the people of Hastings and Rye.
The Liberal Democrats are fighting for a fairer Britain, and nowhere is that more important than in Hastings and Rye.
I want to use my skills to fight for a better future for our constituency.
Marital status: Co-habiting
Born: Preston, Lancashire, 1976
Address: West Hill, Hastings
Occupation: Registered social worker (mental health)
Interests: Cooking, swimming, St Helens rugby league, chasing my two-year-old child
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