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Paul Martin

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Paul Martin was the Green Party candidate in Rother Valley in the 2017 General Election. Our volunteers have been adding information on Paul Martin - here's everything we know so far!

Statement to voters

I was thrilled to be selected as The Green Party candidate for Rother Valley. I am married with 2 young children and have lived within the Constituency for 14 Years. I have been as a Parish Councillor for ten years. I have experience as a union rep, chair and vice chair of a local neighbourhood watch and as a School governor. I know what it is to struggle with a young family especially since the sharp austerity cuts of the past few years.

Greens stand for a political system that puts the public first, an economy that gives everyone their fair share, a society capable of supporting everyone’s needs, a planet protected from the threat of climate change.
We want to build an economy that works for the common good, not just the privileged few. We can make our society sustainable by investing in renewable energy and reducing our reliance on fossil fuels. We plan to build more social rented homes and bring abandoned buildings back into use, we will ensure that everyone has a secure and affordable place to live.

We are wholly opposed to both HS2’s proposed routes which would run through Rother Valley
We need to ensure that EU's contributions to this region are replaced and that we obtain the best deal possible for local people from Brexit
We are totally opposed to the harm that Fracking could do to Rother Valley
In 2016 The Green Party introduced a bill into parliament to reinstate the NHS

I was thrilled to be selected as The Green Party candidate for Rother Valley. I am married with 2 young children and have lived within the Constituency for 14 Years. I have been as a Parish Councillor for ten years. I have experience as a union rep, chair and vice chair of a local neighbourhood watch and as a School governor. I know what it is to struggle with a young family especially since the sharp austerity cuts of the past few years.

Greens stand for a political system that puts the public first, an economy that gives everyone their fair share, a society capable of supporting everyone’s needs, a planet protected from the threat of climate change.
We want to build an economy that works for the common good, not just the privileged few. We can make our society sustainable by investing in renewable energy and reducing our reliance on fossil fuels. We plan to build more social rented homes and bring abandoned buildings back into use, we will ensure that everyone has a secure and affordable place to live.

- We are wholly opposed to both HS2’s proposed routes which would run through Rother Valley
- We need to ensure that EU's contributions to this region are replaced and that we obtain the best deal possible for local people from Brexit
- We are totally opposed to the harm that Fracking could do to Rother Valley
- In 2016 The Green Party introduced a bill into parliament to reinstate the NHS

This statement was added by Paul Martin, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.

Biographical summary

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Previous elections

This candidate has previously stood for election in:

  • 2017: The 2017 General Election, as the Green Party candidate for the Rother Valley
  • 2016: The Rotherham local election, as the Green Party candidate for the Wales

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