Peter Gammons is a UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate in the following elections:
- London Assembly elections (Additional) for London Assembly
- Mayor of London for Greater London Authority mayoral election
Peter Gammons's policies
Statement to voters
It’s about People, not Politics UKIP was founded 28 years ago to stand up to the bullying elite at Westminster.
We became the voice for the working class and others who had been abandoned by mainstream political parties. Now we are getting back to our roots, which is why I am proud to be standing as Mayor for the UK Independence Party (UKIP).
I grew up on a council estate where my mother voted Labour, my father voted Liberal and other family members voted Conservative. As a centrist I will represent all Londoners in a way no one else can and draw together a non-partisan team, made up of the best people from across the political spectrum to run London.
So, why should all Londoners, including those who supported ‘remain’ vote for UKIP on May 6th? Because our fight was not just about Brexit, it was about democracy. We forced a referendum because we believed the people should decide - not the politicians. Our battle is far from over. We face a new challenge today as extremists are trying to force their ideologies on us. Now, we are fighting for:
1. A SAFER LONDON – To dramatically reduce violent crime, increase policing and implement greater measures to protect women and young people.
2. AN AFFORDABLE LONDON - To prioritise social and genuinely affordable housing, freeze council taxes and secure better deals for tenants, workers, students and ‘Cladding Victims.’ I have viable solutions to end homelessness and other major issues.
3. AN EFFICIENT LONDON – To stop the discrimination against poorer families who cannot just go out and buy a new electric car, stop the expansion of bike lanes, make TfL profitable, finish roadworks, protect London’s Black Cabs and stop congestion charge expansion and LTNs.
4. A PROSPEROUS LONDON - To end lockdown, save businesses and rebuild the economy. As Mayor I will cut billions of pounds of waste, stop the cronyism and prevent City Hall forcing policies on Londoners against their wishes. It is time for a mayor who will represent you.
5. A GREENER LONDON - To protect London’s green spaces, add one million new trees and ten new parks.
6. A UNITED LONDON – To represent all Londoners, irrespective of race, gender, colour, orientation or religion. I oppose every form of racism, hatred and bigotry. UKIP has the most diverse London Assembly candidate list of any party. Half are from ethnic minorities and two thirds of our lead candidates are women. it includes black, white, Christian, Jewish, Muslim, London-born and those whose families are from Africa, Central and Eastern Europe, India, the Middle East and the West Indies. They are drawn from ten boroughs with a vast range of experience across business, charity, civil-rights, education, health, hospitality, law, local government, and media.
EVERY VOTE COUNTS! SO, IF YOU ARE NOT HAPPY WITH THE WAY LONDON IS GOING IT IS VITAL ON THURSDAY 6th MAY THAT YOU DON’T VOTE FOR YOUR USUAL PARTY BUT PETER GAMMONS FOR MAYOR AND UKIP FOR THE LONDON ASSEMBLY - SO WE CAN FIGHT FOR YOU!
UK INDEPENDENCE PARTY (UKIP) FIGHTING FOR ALL LONDONERS!
Go to www.gammons.london to find out more
This statement was added by Peter Gammons, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.
Peter Gammons was the UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate. Find out more about their policies in the UK Independence Party (UKIP) manifesto.
UK Independence Party (UKIP)
Peter Gammons is a UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate.
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