Saturday, 15 June 2024

Upkar Says … If You Live In The London Boroughs of Bromley, Camden, Croydon and Ealing … SHOP LOCAL!

UPKAR SINGH RAI is the National Liberal Party’s prospective candidate for London Mayor.  For the election – scheduled for 5 May 2016 – he will be campaigning on a ‘Quality of Life’ ticket.

He has also declared that, if elected, he would represent the people of London – and not the political or financial establishment.

With this in mind, he will only take a portion of the salary of the Mayor of London.  It currently stands at £143,911 per year.

Upkar said:

I promise that, if elected as Mayor of London, I will only take the average wage of a skilled worker. This wage will be independently verified by the TUC. The rest of my salary will go towards charities and to what I would term ‘good causes’.  I would also only claim legitimate expenses, the rest again going to helping others.

I view supporting small shops, local businesses and the self-employed as a ‘good cause.’  Therefore, I will direct a portion of any excess salary and expenses towards efforts which serve to promote, protect and preserve small shops, local businesses and the self-employed.  I regard all of these as vital, core elements of both London’s social fabric and economy.”

But before Upkar can even stand a chance of supporting small shops, local businesses and the self-employed we need to raise serious money.
Indeed, it costs £20,000 alone to get your name on the ballot box – democracy doesn’t come cheap in London!  After that there are all the normal election expenses associated with promoting a candidate.

Are you interested in supporting London’s small independent traders?  Are you willing to donate towards our election campaign?  If so, simply e-mail e-mail today!

• THIS ARTICLE should be read in conjunction with the following:

Introducing Upkar Singh Rai:

Introducing our Candidate for London Mayor:

Upkar Says … If You Live In The London Boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Barnet, Bexley and Brent … SHOP LOCAL!
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