BBC Radio Sheffield debate
BBC Radio Sheffield have organised an election debate on Wednesday 22 April at Nether Green Methodist Church.
The BBC has excluded me from sitting on the Panel because I’m not a member of a political party and haven’t stood for election before. I think that terribly undemocratic and illustrates the uphill struggle everyday people face when trying to make a difference. It’s an attitude that maintains the status quo, a system that I believe is broken and needs radical change.
The BBC has said that I can join the audience. I’ll be going along. You can too. Please join me if you can.
You can book your place on the BBC Radio Sheffield website.
Let’s fight for your democracy and our right to choose.
Standing as an Independent for Sheffield Hallam
I’m standing as an independent candidate for Sheffield Hallam in the 2015 General Election.
I’ll be fighting Nick Clegg and the other Westminster-based political parties because I think there’s a better way of government – one where policies are decided in the interests of the people rather than the interests of the parties.
I’m talking to professionals, experts and stakeholders in Sheffield to determine where the challenges and opportunities lie. I’d love you to be part of the conversation.
We deserve better than party politics. Together we can do things differently.
Would you support the campaign? My crowd funding site is now live.
Otherwise, please get in touch through my contacts page.