Dear Voters, I was born and bred in this town, so unlike all the outsider candidates, I understand all the problems that are affecting Rotherham.
There are too many people pouring into the town, and our hospitals can’t cope with all the immigrants coming in that are affected with HIV and TB, etc.
People should be vetted before being allowed in to this country.
Rotherham also has the 2nd highest unemployment figures in Britain.
When we created hundreds of jobs they were mostly taken by people coming in from the E.U; we must make sure we keep British jobs for British workers.
I personally know people who have been waiting for a council home and they are very angry that people are coming to this town and are being housed before them.
We must build affordable housing for our people but not on farm land or green belt.
I am a staunch believer that we must keep our customs and tradition as well as our way of life for those who come after us; I do not want Halal meat fed to our kids in schools.
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I believe we should come out of the EU and ditch the human rights agenda that tell us who we should keep in our country, I am angry that us taxpayers are funding terrorists that are allowed to stay in this country while preaching hate in this country.
I promise to fight for our town and it would be a privilege to represent this town. I also pledge to donate £100 a week from my wages to good causes for the benefit of this town.
I believe that a hands-on local MP who really knows the town and who isn't frightened by Political Correctness could do a lot to make Rotherham better.
Quite likely you've already signed one of the petitions I've brought round in the past.
Keeping old folks´ homes open, getting toilets opened in the town centre - I believe that things like that matter.
Remember how, together, we exposed Labour’s charity theft shame through Council Watch?
If you help me get elected I will in particular:
* Push the council to use local labour and to buy British-made equipment and produce wherever possible;
* Commission an independent audit into all council contracts. Corruption doesn't just cost taxpayers money; it also corrodes community cohesion, so it needs tackling properly;
* Press for the council and Housing Associations to adopt a ´Sons and Daughters First` policy in housing allocation.
So please remember me when who you choose to vote for, but please make sure you use your vote because, if you stay at home, your MP will be chosen for you by others.
And, whether they chose Labour or Respect, you can be sure of one thing: They won't speak for you.
I will, every time!
Please don’t hesitate to contact me; my phone number is on thousands of local leaflets because I want to hear from you direct. You’ll get through to me, not some wet-behind-the-ears advisor who's never done an honest day's work in his life!
I will gladly answer any concerns you have.
Thanks and best wishes
Marlene Guest - your local British National Party candidate