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Results: 650 of 650 constituencies declared
|CON 307||LAB 258||LIB DEM 57||OTHER 28|
Name: Ian Davey
Candidate for: Hove
Marital Status: Married with two teenage children
Born: Lincolnshire, 1958
Address: Titian Road, Hove
Occupation: Brighton and Hove City councillor / charity manager
Interests: Cycling, walking, watching cricket and football, recently discovered the joys of gardening.
Why I want to be an MP: After a successful career in IT and with a local charity my frustration at the lack of positive change in this city and beyond, informed my decision to get involved in politics. The public have been very badly let down by politicians who have delivered us linked economic, environmental and social crises, increasing inequality along the way.
I am standing to represent the people of Hove because I want to help bring about government that works for ordinary people rather than big business. Government that prioritises people over bankers’
Government that delivers policy that is fair for everybody. Now that is worth fighting for.
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