In the second of our exclusive video interviews with parliamentary candidates, DeHavilland spoke to Labour PPC for Brighton Pavilion Purna Sen about tackling violence against women, helping under-represented groups in Parliament, and addressing the housing crisis. This interview was first published on YouTube on 15 March 2015.
“The economy is the most important issue at this election, both nationally and locally”. In the first of our exclusive video interviews with parliamentary candidates, DeHavilland spoke to Conservative PPC for Havant Alan Mak about delivering the Conservatives’ economic plan, his work in helping give young people the best start in life, and being a Northerner standing in a Southern seat. This interview was first published on YouTube on 15 March 2015.
Our definitive collation of key information on Prospective Parliamentary Candidates continues apace.
More than 1,000 candidates now boast PeoplePoint profiles featuring biographies and key contact information, enabling you to reach out to the people standing in the places that matter.
Our data includes available information from every constituency, covering Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat, UKIP, Green and nationalist candidates and relevant additional challengers.