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Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett - Appointed as Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Ipswich

April 30, 2017 11:44 PM

Appointment of Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Ipswich

Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett, is delighted to be appointed the Liberal Democrat Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Ipswich.

Adrian, who grew up in East Anglia, and currently resides in London said "I believe every constituency in the country needs to give people the option of voting against the government's current hard Brexit stance. The 41% who voted Remain in this con- stituency and those that voted to Leave but are unhappy at how the Conservative government is presiding over Brexit deserve someone to vote for."

Adrian will also be concentrating in his campaign on local issues. He said "With up coming two year negotiations with the EU, the Conservative government will be forgetting and ignoring all the national concerns including, the funding and financing of the NHS, Social Care provisions, Mental Health, Education and of course the environment not to mention strategic infrastructure and transport issues around Ipswich."

Adrian is looking forward to the campaign, and providing a challenging opposition to the current Incumbent Ben Gummer, he said "No seat should be a shoe-in for anyone and I intend to give the next five weeks my full attention to provide an alternative, open, and tolerant candidate for the people of Ipswich".