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General Election: All eight Newbury candidates interviewed

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With just seven days to go before the General Election, Newbury Today will be re-running interviews with each of the eight candidates standing for the Newbury seat that first appeared in the Newbury Weekly News.
Did you miss parliamentary candidate Peter Norman’s answers on local housing, Catherine Anderson’s tough stance on party racism or Judith Bunting’s reactions to the 2010 U-turn on tuition fees?
Starting tomorrow we will feature interviews with Peter Norman (Apoliticals), Barrie Singleton (Independent), Andrew Stott (Patriotic Socialist), Jonny Roberts (Labour), Catherine Anderson (UKIP), Paul Field (Green), Judith Bunting (Liberal Democrat) and sitting MP Richard Benyon (Conservative).
Keep an eye on our website in the run up to the election for all of the Parliamentary profiles, and for full in-depth coverage pick up a copy of Newbury Weekly News out today.

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  • Caitlin

    01/05/2015 - 09:09

    Lets be realistic on a national level surely we have to vote for the party that will secure the financial stability of the country and that in turn will improve other areas . There is no point just spending on everything until you have the means to do so. No different to running up a huge credit card bill and then not being able to pay the interest. Voting for anything other than a main party is waste of time. At Local elections its different then you want to focus on Newbury and the best for the town. So you don't have to vote for the same party in each election.

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