Regaining University Seats from Labour

Historically a low-turnout group, the last two elections have seen the university vote morph into a highly motivated Labour block vote.

Election Night: My speech

Ladies and Gentleman,

Firstly, thankyou very much indeed to the Returning Officer, the Police and the security services for all you have done today.

Every vote counts in Canterbury and Whitstable

This seat in Canterbury and Whitstable is too close to call. Rosie Duffield and I are neck and neck according to a recent Kent Online article. Which is why your vote for me is so important.

Canterbury residents ask Anna

It was such a pleasure to be interviewed by Edd Withers on behalf of Canterbury residents last week and I encourage those who weren’t able to take part by joining live to go back and watch the recording on the CRG Facebook page here:

Candidates take part in Canterbury Hustings

It was an absolute pleasure to take part in last night’s hustings at Canterbury Christ Church University. It was so encouraging to see such a packed room full of hundreds of people all wanting to ask their candidates important questions ahead of the general election on 12 December.

Matt Hancock pledges investment in Kent & Canterbury Hospital

I was absolutely delighted to show the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, around the Kent & Canterbury Hospital and hear him confirm that if we get a Conservative majority in this election there will be serious investment in our hospital. 

Call for Canterbury candidates to sign clean campaign pledge

My Clean Campaign Pledge seeks to hold candidates responsible for activists and Councillors on their side of the political debate, and provide a more grown-up environment for political debate at a time of increasing intolerance and vicious political attacks.