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Councillor Davod Harrison

My Views – in a nutshell

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Just for fun, I have listed my views, in a few words on a range of topics.

Count and let me know how many you agree with!

Trident Missile System:
Scrap it. Spend money on tackling terrorist threats.

EU:
Stay in, but work to reform it

Voting System:
Replace with proportional representation

NHS:
Worth the money, but reduce costs by preventing people getting unwell.

Crime:
Scrap Police & Crime Commissioners

Fire Service:
Maintain spending but reform to smarter working

Sugar Tax:
I support this, as one way of tackling obesity

Planning Laws:
Remove right of government inspectors to over-rule locally elected Councillors

Austerity:
Reduce the deficit, but over a longer period and by allowing the economy to grow

Waterside Passenger Railway:
Strongly support

Council Housing:
Encourage authorities to build again

Air Quality: 
Take all measures needed to restore clean air

Tax:
Increase tax a little for high earners

Living Wage:
I support this for all employees

Voting Age:
Give a vote to those age 16 and above

Gay Marriage:
Support

United Kingdom Support:
We are “better together”

Foreign policy: 
We must develop much greater reluctance to involve ourselves in conflicts overseas

Foreign Aid:
Maintain our record of spending 0.7% of GDP

Flooding:
Increase expenditure on tackling the causes of flooding, as well as prevention

Royalty:
Downsize the operation

Governance:
Separate religion completely from government.

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  1. Bill Catt on Sunday, July 15, 2018 at 8:26 am

    Hi David, Your last newsletter was excellent in content informative and well written. Many thanks. Flooding, for years I have been saying, concrete your garden where does the water go. We need it underground for the future. Building around Hazel farm and draining it all direct to the sea instead of putting in a balancing sink (pond/lake) to collect run off to seep into the ground was in my view and I said at the time so wrong. Saddest words in theEnglish language –Too Late–. Best wishes Bill

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Just for fun, I have listed my views, in a few words on a range of topics. Count and let me know how many you agree with!