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How would I be different from the current MP?

Too often people tell me politicians are all the same.

One week in December really brought home to me how that’s not a true and what a difference I could make to people’s lives.

On Monday 15 December 2014 I’d have voted to protect firefighters pensions. The current MP voted against

On Tuesday 16 December 2014  I’d have voted to make it harder to avoid paying women equally to men. The current MP didn’t show

On Wednesday 17 December 2014 I’d have voted to abolish the bedroom tax. The current MP voted to keep it

I’d also have voted to dependency on food banks. The current MP voted not to.

This adds to his vote earlier in 2014 not to ban smoking in cars with children unlike so many MPs of all parties.

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