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UKIP Parliamentary Candidates for Cornwall.
Election date 7th May 2015


Julie Lingard
Julie Lingard UKIP Candidate
for North Cornwall.
Julie joined UKIP due to an increasing awareness that Public services are under impossible strain. She believes that the only real answer is to leave the EU. Julie has a Business Studies degree, a Masters Degree in Marketing, and a Diploma in Interior Design. She taught adult literacy on a voluntary basis and runs a residential lettings business. She is married and lives in Wadebridge. Julie firmly believes in the accountability of local government and that the public should be heard at the local level. Passionate about the countryside, she believes the environment has a critical role to play in the quality of our lives.

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David Mathews
David Mathews, UKIP Parliamentary Candidate for St Austell & Newquay
David, who is married and lives in St Austell has been involved in charity work, trusteeships, fundraising, teaching, was a borough councillor for four years, and Chairman of School Governors. David urges you to vote UKIP because is not just about leaving the EU or controlling immigration. UKIP aims to return Democracy to the people of the UK. The voters must be heard and not ignored by the political elite. We want to be friends with Europe, we want to trade with Europe, but not ruled by Europe. Since 2010 we have had 3,600 new laws and directives thrust upon us by un-elected EU bureaucrats who have just cost us an extra £1.7bn

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Bradley Monk
Bradley Monk, the UKIP Parliamentary Candidate for South East Cornwall.
Bradley asks you to vote for him. Being young he believes that he has the energy and enthusiasm needed to change Cornwall for the better, to engage more people in the political process, and to improve representation of young people in parliament. He has a strong work ethic and this has helped to shape his political views and an awareness of the damage caused by excess regulation. As the result of his mother's long-term illness, Bradley is a compassionate candidate who understands society's problems. Disillusioned with the political establishment, he will pursue policies that improve the lives of residents.

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Robert Smith
Robert Smith. UKIP candidate for Camborne & Redruth.
Robert is married, and is a Child and Educational psychologist. A founder member of UKIP he believes we were tricked in 1972 into joining the EU. He believes in government of the people, by the people, for the people. If elected, he will oppose the concreting over of Cornwall, fight to keep our NHS free and accessible to all, champion the fishing industry and work to attract industry to the area, young people must leave the area to find jobs. Traditional industries are lost due to EU regulations. I will campaign for affordable housing for rent and purchase and improved transport, people have to travel around to hospitals (the local hospital is threatened).

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John Hyslop
Dr John Hyslop, UKIP Parliamentary Candidate for Truro & Falmouth
Dr. Hyslop has lived in Truro and Falmouth for almost 30 years. A Consultant Radiologist, he began working at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in 1985. As a member of the British Medical Association John represents the South West at conferences and sits on the committee of regional consultants. He's also contributed to several academic medical publications over the years. John was a founding trustee member of Heart Race Cornwall; Chairman of the Duchy Health Charity - which has given £7m in grants; and a Governor of Cornwall College. He is also a qualified teacher, contributing to the Peninsular Medical School's program to train the next generation of Doctors.




Graham Calderwood
Graham Calderwood UKIP Parliamentary Candidate for St Ives & the Isles of Scilly
Graham is a Solicitor-Advocate who has lived in West Cornwall for over 40 years; He brought his 2 daughters up in the County and worked in general law practice and was heavily involved with Legal Aid. He still does part-time work as a duty solicitor. He lives in Lelant with Margaret who is a part-time nurse. He is a keen sailor and bad golfer.






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