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Liam Thomas David Crowter

Liam Thomas David Crowter is a Labour Party candidate in Baird in the Hastings local election.

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Liam Thomas David Crowter's policies

Statement to voters

I was born at the old Buchanan Hospital in St Leonards and have spent most of my life living in various parts of Hastings and am currently residing in Baird.

Full statement

I first became a member of the Labour Party shortly after the 2010 election whilst I was still at Bexhill College. I consider myself to be a socialist and believe that everyone has the right to a life where their fundamental needs are fulfilled and for society to not be solely driven by the accumulation of wealth over the wellbeing of our fellow citizens.

I had the privilege of growing up under a Labour government which prioritised healthcare, education, and the rights of workers. I now want to work to help support those who have been most drastically hit by a decade of austerity which has rolled back hard-won gains from decades past.

I believe that the state should not only deliver publicly owned services such as the NHS, our schools, and key infrastructure such as water and rail, but should invest in those services to ensure that they are a benchmark for other countries and can serve as a symbol of national pride.

Climate change and the threat that this poses to our way of life is one of my main focuses and I fully support the continued efforts by our council to do our part in addressing this crisis. I’ve recently transitioned to an electric vehicle and support the continued growth of renewables as a primary source of energy over short term and damaging mitigations such as the continued use of fossil fuels or natural gas.

Outside of my political life, I work professionally supporting websites with a focus on web-based security and began my career as an apprentice. I’m a season ticket holder at Arsenal F.C. and am a lifelong supporter of Hastings United, who I have attended since a young age with my grandfather. I’m a cat person and currently have a five-year-old ginger (red of course!) cat. I am also a member of Unite the Union and the Campaign for Labour Party Democracy.

This statement was last updated on April 11, 2024

This statement was added by Liam Thomas David Crowter, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.

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Hastings and Rye Labour Party

Liam Thomas David Crowter's local party is the Hastings and Rye Labour Party.

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Liam Thomas David Crowter's elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2024 Baird: Hastings local election Labour Party (Results due after 02 May 2024) Position not available
2022 Tressell: Hastings local election Labour Party 325 votes (not elected) 2nd / 3 candidates
2021 Ashdown: Hastings local election Labour Party 282 votes (not elected) 2nd / 4 candidates
2021 Brede Valley & Marsham: East Sussex local election Labour Party 394 votes (not elected) 3rd / 4 candidates

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