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Paul Bickerdike

Paul Bickerdike is a Christian Peoples Alliance candidate in Batley and Spen constituency in the UK Parliamentary by-election.

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Statement to voters

    Paul Bickerdike has been married to Janet for almost 28 years and they have two lovely mature children.

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    They have worked for Kirklees family placement for 13 years as local Authority Foster Carers in this time fostering over 25 children. As a committed Christian he has supported the homeless, with mental health issues, alcoholics, drug addicts and people with antisocial behaviour orders among others. He firmly believes in a just society where every individual counts. He wants politics to become relevant to the person on the street again and for people to be able to feel politicians listen to their opinions. He has found this in the Christian Peoples alliance and the polices they propose. He feels they will help create a fairer society for all. He lives locally and has seen the troubles that political issues have impacted the area from the sad case of Jo Cox MP and the recent adversities in the Local Grammar School. He wants to see investment in the area with regard to jobs and community resources for the young and old alike. He assures you that if elected both he and the CPA would work tirelessly for your interests.

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