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General Election 2017

UKIP Havant are delighted to announce that Cllr John Perry has been adopted as the candidate for UKIP in Havant for the 2017 General Election. UKIP's and John's key manifesto commitments are below and his website is: www.johnperry.org.uk :

BREXIT

The Havant Conservatives are committed remainers: Alan Mak MP wrote an open letter to constituents confirming that after an in depth analysis, he would vote REMAIN which he did; the Havant Conservatives in Full Council struck out a UKIP Motion to debate the EU Referendum; and after the EU Referendum in another UKIP Motion, the four UKIP Councillors were the only four voting to stop the EU Flag being displayed in the Council chamber, the "REMAIN" Conservatives wanted to retain the EU Flag on display.

Your UKIP parliamentary candidate, is committed to a Clean Brexit with:

  • Parliament having supremacy over all laws and outside jurisdiction of  the European Court of Justice and European Court of Human Rights.
  • Britain must resume absolute and full control of its immigration and asylum policies and border controls.
  • The UK must resume complete control of its maritime exclusive economic zone - stretching 200 miles off the coast or to the half-way point between the UK and neighbouring countries.
  • The UK must retake its seat on the World Trade Organisation and resume its sovereign right to sign trade agreements with other countries.
  • There must be no final settlement payment to the EU, and no ongoing payments to the EU budget after we have left.
  • The Brexit process to be completed by the end of May 2019.

We can not allow the Havant Conservatives with their remain MP to prejudice the Havant 62.4% vote to LEAVE.

NHS

UKIP has always believed in free NHS treatment to UK citizens at the point of need and use; we believe in a free NHS. We believe that Social Care and Hospital care should come under the same management. Cuts to Social Care have led to bed blocking at QA Hospital and up to 20 ambulances queued up needed to transfer patients who need the beds to be healed.

UKIP recognises the excellent work performed by all doctors and nurses, and we demand the restoration of university grants for UK student nurses which the Conservatives have just converted to loans and which has led to a 25% cut in students applying for nurse training. We believe that the UK should give nurse training opportunities to those in the UK, rather than recruit from abroad.

SCHOOLS

UKIP is fully committed to ensuring Havant's students are provided with the best possible education to prepare them for their careers be it either skilled trades or a professional career requiring university entry. To achieve these objectives, the schools in Havant need proper funding, which they are not receiving.

The Conservatives believe Havant schools are over-funded and are cutting funding and causing teaching staff to be cut, see SCHOOL CUTS. UKIP believes with only 17% of Havant students going to University, the lowest in the country, that Havant schools need more funding, and not less. What do you think?

HOUSE BUILDING

UKIP recognises the aspirations of those in Havant and the UK to rent or own their own houses and it is our policy that sufficient houses are built that are affordable for rent or purchase by local Havant residents. We recognise the need for new housing, but in brown-field sites and some limited green-field areas. UKIP opposes the 1,500 extra houses for Hayling Island and at least an extra 11,250 houses across Havant Borough that will require the loss of prime farming land and green pastures where the majority of the houses will be too expensive for local residents.

We believe that the proposed houses on Hayling Island and in Havant are unsustainable primarily for the lack or road, health, cycling and general infrastructure.

CHANGE

At the June General Election approached, UKIP offers you the opportunity for change. John is committed to implementing the will of Havant residents to deliver a Clean Brexit and to ensure farness in all future legislation by taking account of the interests of all residents and not just the wealthy few.

"If you want CHANGE, change your way of VOTING and vote UKIP on 8 June 2017 "

 

About the Havant Constituency

Havant is a town in south east Hampshire situated on the South coast of England, between the cities of Portsmouth and Chichester. It gives its name to the borough comprising the town and the surrounding area. Havant is in the county of Hampshire and the constituency has an electorate of circa 70,000.

The Havant constituency consists of the 11 wards: Barncroft, Battins, Bedhampton, Bondfields, Emsworth, Hayling East, Hayling West, Purbrook, St Faiths, Stakes, and Warren Park. These 11 wards come under Havant Borough Council, who in addition administer the Cowplain, Harts Plain and Waterloo wards that lie in the Meon Valley Constituency.

The current member of parliament for Havant is Alan Mak who was elected at the 2015 General Election amid much controversy. UKIP Havant are proud to have conducted their 2015 election campaign with honesty and integrity while exposing lies. Alan Mak campaigned for and firmly believes the UK must remain in the EU yet 62.4% of Havant residents voted to Leave.

In the 2014 Euro Elections, UKIP received the most votes in both Havant and the South East and the four UKIP MEPs.

Following the 2016 Local Elections, UKIP in Havant congratulate: John Davis for being elected a councillor for Warren Park and also to Malc Carpenter for being elected a councillor for Battins. Both of our new councillors are excited about serving their residents. John Davis and Malc Carpenter joining John Perry and Gary Kerrin who were elected as Havant Councillors making UKIP the Official Opposition Party in Havant.

The UKIP Havant Branch believe in selecting local candidates for both local council, county council and general elections, since local candidates who have lived, worked and learned in the local area are better placed to serve residents.

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