Sandra Gidley's law of voters’ choice

First published in Elections

ONE candidate is pledging to introduce a law of voters’ choice if she gets re-elected.

Sandra Gidley, Liberal Democrat candidate for Romsey and Southampton North, says that she will draft a new law on either a blue badge scheme for those with temporary disabilities; tighter planning laws to protect high grade agricultural land; or requiring health authorities to hold binding referendums in areas they wish to fluoridate water.

Mrs Gidley is holding a poll on her website.

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4:37pm Sat 1 May 10

bpsaint says...

A law of voters' choice ? How ridiculous. It's just a gimmick. She'd do better to rethink some of her parties crackpot ideas on crime which give more rights to criminals at the expense of law abiding citizens
A law of voters' choice ? How ridiculous. It's just a gimmick. She'd do better to rethink some of her parties crackpot ideas on crime which give more rights to criminals at the expense of law abiding citizens bpsaint
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