John Philip Hall
John Philip Hall's policies
Statement to voters
My name is John Hall, the Yorkshire Party candidate for Thirsk & Malton.
I believe this region would be a beneficiary of our fair funding policies.
This part of Yorkshire is where I lived for 25 years, with happy memories of my children growing up here.
Now retired from business, I am an executive member of the Yorkshire Party and party treasurer.
Brexit is not the only consideration when voting. Its time to consider how a responsible government would take steps to unlock the great potential Yorkshire has.
The Yorkshire Party was formed to secure fair funding for Yorkshire, as the disparity is alarming. Between 2012-17 London received £25Bn for rail investment. Yorkshire received 3.38Bn, hence our trains are totally unreliable. Education - Yorkshire pupils receive around £1000 less per pupil per academic year, resulting in poorer grades. There is a similar disparity with Flood Defence and Health.
Regional funding is essential through devolution and the Yorkshire Party is the only party fighting for Yorkshire.
This statement was added by John Philip Hall, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere".
|2023||Sowerby & Topcliffe: North Yorkshire local election||Yorkshire Party||35 votes (not elected)||5th / 6 candidates|
|2022||Spofforth with Lower Wharfedale & Tockwith: North Yorkshire local election||Yorkshire Party||158 votes (not elected)||3rd / 3 candidates|
|2021||Harrogate Bilton and Nidd Gorge: North Yorkshire local election||Yorkshire Party||136 votes (not elected)||5th / 6 candidates|
|2019||Thirsk and Malton: UK Parliamentary general election||Yorkshire Party||881 votes (not elected)||5th / 8 candidates|
|2018||Harrogate Starbeck: Harrogate local election||Yorkshire Party||37 votes (not elected)||5th / 5 candidates|
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