#GE2017 Meon Valley

Andrew Hayward

Andrew will be co-ordinating his own campaign, if you want to help, get in touch directly andrew_hayward@hotmail.co.uk 

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Andrew lives in Meon Valley constituency, the only candidate to do so. Born in Portsmouth he is your local candidate. It is a busy household in Horndean with children, dogs and guinea pigs. An energetic family man whose concerns for the environment and climate change run deep.

Andrew’s motives for running for the Greens come largely from their stance on the environment, all the time the sitting government have an apparent ignorance towards climate change and the impact it has on us all The Green Party will remain relevant.

As a photography teacher by trade, Andrew is seeing the damage that education cuts and funding constraints are having first hand. It is a direction which is unsustainable and the effect of which will be felt for several generations to come.

On the subject of health Andrew is committed to the rejection of any hint of privatisation of the NHS. Healthcare and treatment, free at the point of delivery, is a real jewel in the crown of what we have in this country and an underfunded NHS is effecting its ability to support the most vulnerable.

Having voted to remain Andrew would prefer a United Kingdom within the European Union. However, in the scenario we find ourselves, it is imperative that any Brexit negotiation is done properly and in the interests of the citizens of our country and not the rich. A hastily concluded so called ‘hard Brexit’ would be devastating to the economy and would be another pain to be felt by our children.

Andrew stands for The Green Party in the Meon Valley as a great alternative for the weary voter who has become tired and disconnected with the same old broken promises of the old school. Say no to politics as usual and vote Green on June the 8th.