Roy Freer PPC for Newton Abbot CLP


Mr Freer, 41, is a well-known local businessman who is about to re-open the popular Market Gate pub in the centre of Newton Abbot and whose two youngest children attend school in the town.


Commenting on his selection, Mr Freer said:


“I am delighted and humbled to have been selected as Labour’s candidate for the General Election. Next year’s vote is the most important in a generation and the electors of Newton Abbot have a stark choice – more austerity and cuts with the Tories; a privatised NHS with UKIP; more broken promises with the Lib Dems or a fresh start with a Labour Party committed to governing for all, not just the privileged few.


“What is clear from the last four years of this coalition is that we are ruled by an out-of-touch elite who care nothing for ordinary working families. Tax cuts for millionaires while thousands of families rely on food banks;  the hated Bedroom Tax; a £430million black hole in the NHS in Devon; cuts to libraries, youth centres and the police and the Lib Dem’s betrayal of students all make me incredibly angry.


“I’m proud therefore to be the person who will stand up for Labour right across the Newton Abbot constituency. I’ll take the fight to the coalition parties and talk about Ed Miliband’s positive policies, like the energy bill freeze, the ban on exploitative zero hours contracts and an elected House of Lords. I'm a local man and am looking forward to getting stuck in”.

For interviews or further information, please contact Roy Freer on 07904 013010 or Constituency Secretary George Hampshire on 07847 802819.


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Great Choice Newton Abbot CLP, A Local Person with a business in the town and Children in our state schools using our local NHS services.

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