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Name: Rodney Bridger
Candidate for: Hastings & Rye
Party: English Democrats
Why I want to be an MP: I am angry.
I am an ordinary, working man who is angry at the way I’ve been abused, ignored and treated with arrogance by politicians.
I am angry that politicians have treated the country with contempt with the sole aim of lining their pockets at the expense of the people.
I am angry at how the Liberal Democrat, Labour and Conservative parties are happy to give away the sovereignty of everyone in this country to faceless and unelected bureaucrats in Brussels.
I am angry about how we pay £41 million a day to those bureaucrats and get nothing back, and about how the taxpayer hands £20 billion a year to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, to allow them to have free residential care, education and life-saving drugs.
British politics is broken.
The experiment has lasted 65 years and has failed.
It is time for England to awake to a fresh style of politics.
Marital status: Married with five children
Born: Hastings, 1947
Occupation: Retired after ten years at Hastings Borough Council
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