What I Stand For

This page brings together the videos and leaflets I have published and the policy statements I have made during the campaign. I hope it is helpful to give you a flavour of the issues I care about and the policies I support.

Here is a video about the main issues and policies I support:

And here is a link to a recent half hour interview with me about how I got involved in politics, my main policy priorities and answers to some searching questions (!) on Radio Free Brighton:

http://radiofreebrighton.org.uk/blog/2014/11/22/radio-free-brighton-davy-jones-politics-show-interviewing-davy-jones/

 

Here is my main election leaflet – distributed to every household in the constituency.

Final Freepost DAL Brighton Kemptown lores

Here is the first DavyJones4Kemptown leaflet that has been widely distributed:

DavyJones4Kemptown leaflet

 

Recently we have produced two more detailed policy cards on our campaign priorities.

Here is the first one on austerity and the economy:

GREEN PARTY AUSTERITY CARD FINAL V

And here is the policy card on the Environment:

 

GREEN PARTY ENVIRONMENT

During the commemorative events surrounding the 100th anniversary of the First World War, our campaign held a public meeting on the theme of “No Glory”. We produced the policy statement below on Defence, War & Peace:

Defence, War & Peace

 

During the summer of 2014, many people concerned about Housing issues came together to form the Living Rent Campaign (http://livingrent.org.uk/). We produced this policy statement on Housing issues:

Housing Policy

 

In autumn 2014, we produced a policy card on older people to coincide with the election hustings organised by the Brighton branch of the National Pensioners Convention. Here is the Older Persons Policy Card:

 

Older People Page 1Older People Page 2

 

In January 2015 we produced this policy card on the issue of Health & the NHS:

 

Health Policy

 

And, the Brighton & Hove Green Party produced this leaflet on animal rights to coincide with the local and national elections in May 2015:

Animals

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