Greens unveil NE Cambs candidate for upcoming general election
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The Green Party has announced Helen Scott-Daniels as its general election candidate for NE Cambs.
Ms Scott-Daniels says that she wants to give people a genuine alternative and believes the Green Party offers sensible and coherent policies.
Born in Fenland, Helen went to school in Whittlesey and Wisbech. She lives in Wisbech and works for the College of West Anglia.
She said: “Good quality local decision making is key if we want to ensure a more sustainable and equitable way of life for NE Cambs.”
Ms Scott-Daniels will be holding local surgeries in the next few months and says she is keen to meet people to discuss local issues.
The Greens are campaigning for a living wage and a fairer economy, their policies centre on concern for social and environmental justice.
Ms Scott-Daniels has campaigned for green causes for over 20 years and has degrees in geography and environmental studies.
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Also confirmed as standing in NE Cambs for May’s election will be Conservative Steve Barclay, Liberal Democrat Lucy Netsingha and Labour candidate Ken Rustidge.