Debate

General Election Thursday 6th May 2010: Manifesto helping you decide?

THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA has stated that the General Election at a national level will be a close run affair. And it is far from clear whether any single party will win a majority of the 650 seats up for grabs on election day Thursday 6th May 2010.

In Beverley and Holderness then voters have to make up their minds based on what they know of the candidates and the party policies they represent.

During the last few weeks the Hedon Blog has attempted to report on the campaign and hopefully provided some useful background information.

The entries listed at the Election 2010 is a record of the campaign from this small corner of the World. The views of the Candidates themselves have been articulated in the post Who to vote for.

This post fills the gap. It contains links to the party manifestos and will be useful for those who want to find out more about each party’s policies (with the exception of Ron Hughes the Independent).

Finally, many thanks to the candidates for their contributions and hard work during this campaign to win the hearts and minds of people in Hedon and throughout the constituency.

Click the image to download a copy of the Manifesto of:-

Craig Dobson’s Liberal Democrats (124 pages, A5)

Andy Horsfield’s United Kingdom Independence Party (16 pages)

Bill Rigby’s Green Party (50 pages)

Ian Saunders’ Labour Party (78 pages)

Graham Stuart’s Conservative Party (131 Pages low resolution)

Neil Whitelam’s British National Party (94 pages)

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