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Ash’s reputation is in tatters: It’s time to change this.

It was Labour that asked the straight question that exposed the Conservative hypocrisy. It was Labour that stood up and challenged the status quo in Guildford Borough Council.

The Conservative-led council has destroyed the reputation of our borough, & villages: Thanks to the cronyism and misleading approach of the Conservative Executive, we have made the national news in the Rotten Boroughs column of the Private Eye four times in the last few months.

Local people are outraged and for a good reason. The architect of that unprecedented assault on our reputation was a Conservative Ash South and Tongham councillor.

I say “Enough!”  Enough with the “we-know-best” Conservative approach to politics that seeks to subvert local democracy for personal vanity and self-interest.  

At present -all Parish and Borough and County councillors for Ash are Conservatives.

It’s time to change. Time for an end to a cosy one-party clique; Time for honest politics, straight-talking politics; Time for politics with no hidden agendas. The time is now and it starts with your vote on the 3rd of December.

It was Labour that asked the straight question that exposed the Conservative hypocrisy. It was Labour that stood up and challenged the status quo in Guildford Borough Council.

Vote for me. As your councillor I shall:

  • Listen to your needs and concerns and address them. No more ignoring you
  • Ask the straight and uncomfortable questions to the council
  • Support a Guildford town plan that takes into account the whole community
  • Stand up for Ash South and Tongham’s housing needs
  • Champion Ash South and Tongham and help rebuild its reputation.
  • Avoid gesture politics that existing opposition parties so like.

I look forward to representing you.

George Dokimakis

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