Help Space Engineer Ian Stotesbury get to Parliament

Parliament isn't working and politics needs to change

As an engineer in the space industry, with local government experience, I will raise the bar of debate and demand policy that reflects the future of Britain's prosperity - policy that is rooted developing high tech industry, international trade and investment in research and development. Globally we must reform a broken capitalism that doesn't look either long term enough or across the full supply and value chain for it's sense of purpose and responsibility. There are positive steps towards a new shareholder capitalism but we must do more to accelerate and develop it.

I want to represent Watford, to be an MP that voices resident concerns and gives back in frank clarity to residents.

I want to protect and enhance Watford's position as a centre of European industry and research and I want to lead the charge for infrastructure investment.

But to get there, I need your help.

We don’t have the luxury to be backed by millionaire donors or by trade unions. Every pound you donate will go towards helping to get a Liberal Democrat MP for Watford.

If you believe in a fairer Watford, please consider donating to my campaign.

 

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