Local Lad Daniel Woolf to Stand in Gloucester
THIS IS A PRESS RELEASE FROM UKIP GLOUCESTER
UKIP have adopted local boy Daniel Woolf to fight the Gloucester seat in the forthcoming General Election, which takes place on Thursday 8th June.
Daniel Woolf, who was raised in Tredworth and has lived in the city all his life, apart from his time at Bristol University, is both a former pupil and teacher at Sir Thomas Rich’s.
Commented Richard Ford, Chairman of UKIP Gloucester :-
“We are absolutely delighted to have Dan as our candidate. Dan is Gloucester through and through and unlike some other candidates for our city he has not been parachuted into Gloucester from the Cotswolds or from anywhere else.
He’s young, dynamic and enthusiastic and will represent a real change to take the city forward into the 21st Century.
In contrast, Richard Graham, the Old Etonian Conservative candidate and retiring MP who is standing yet again for a third successive term will be already well into his mid sixties should this new Parliament run its full course.
What’s more, Dan will be the only Leave candidate in a Leave voting city. Richard Graham was a prominent supporter of Remain during last year’s EU Referendum, and of course the Lib Dems quite unbelievably want to disrespect the electorate of Gloucester and hold the Referendum again.
With the Labour Party headed by a man who consorted with the IRA and seeks to undermine Britain and its Armed Forces at every opportunity, the only choice left to voters in Gloucester who want to break the Conservatives’ monopoly of power in the city and to send a clear signal to Westminster that Gloucester and its voters cannot continue to be taken for granted by the Conservatives — a party which after all is only there to represent the elite and entitled top 1% in society, and which dances to the tune of its financial backers in the hedge funds, banks, big business and landed estates — is to vote for Daniel Woolf and for UKIP.
The people of Gloucester deserve a candidate who will back Gloucester and back Britain, as well as ensuring that jobs, housing, schools, and hospital places are available for all and not just the privileged few.”