Monday, March 30, 2015

The Short Campaign starts here.

Today marked the end of the Coalition Government.  It was dissolved by the Queen herself.

There are just four weeks or so to go before Polling Day on the 7th May 2015.  Election Day looms.  No more so than in Folkestone and Hythe.

There are 8 candidates standing,  according to Wikipedia

In Alphabetical order

They are  Lynne Beaumont for the Lib Dems
               Damian Collins for the Conservatives
               Seth Cruse for the Trade Union Socialist Coalition  ( yes that is what TUSC stands for)
               Claire Jeffrey Labour.
               Rohen Kapur ( yes that's me)  Young People's Party UK 
               Andy Thomas   The Socialist party ( GB)
               Martin Whybrow  Greens
                Harriet Yeo  UKIP

Nominations close April 9th at 4pm

 basic rundown of our policies for the Young People's Party

Cutting taxes and introducing a Land Value tax

Legalising Cannabis for medicinal and recreational usage ( to put drug barons out of business) and to help those with genuine need get the right kind of medicine.

Abolishing Tuition fees for school leavers going to University.

Having a referendum and getting rid of TTIP

Young People's Party (UK):

Young People's Party (UK): THE Young People

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Here we go again

I am standing for parliament again.  This time Folkestone and Hythe Constituency for the Young People's party

I am also standing for District Council and Town council under the Libertarian Party Banner

Why two parties?  because they are similar in outlook and have small government and lower taxes as their main thread along with personal liberty.

No conflict of interest.

Whatever happens....

Wikipedia, and Your next MP have already been updated and it is time to start canvassing in the long campaign