be Worcester MP throws his hat into the ring at city's pub hustings From Worcester News Mr Shuker, pictured, originally from Wiltshire, said: "I was a Lib Dem but now I'm independent, I'm bred in the West Midlands, I live here and I want to stand.
"When I left school I did an engineering apprenticeship and as my career progressed I saw the good jobs go. During the rest of the hustings event, which was dominated by the Trident defence system, Green Party candidate Louis Stephen insisted the country should scrap its nuclear deterrent and invest in other areas instead. He called the focus on it "crazy" and labelled nuclear weapons "a white elephant". "The costs of replacing Trident will be covered over the next 30 or 40 years and we'll be paying three to four billion pounds every year those costs would cover all of our A services for the next 30 years," he said. Worcester MP Robin Walker disagreed, calling Trident "the coach outlet coupons uae only game in town" but also hit out at Tony Blair for having "an addiction to intervention". He also revealed people in Worcester "frequently" criticise the international aid spending, which is currently 0.7 per cent of Britain's GDP. "If I took a straw poll of adults in my constituency I think most people would be against it, but I actually think it's the coach wallet right thing to do," he said. Labour Councillor Matthew Lamb, filling in for Worcester candidate Joy Squires, called for "British values" to be spread around the world and defended Trident as "the ultimate deterrent" to people who want to harm the UK. But he added he felt the only solution long term was bilateral disarmament around the world. UKIP's James Goad, meanwhile, said Britain's "shrinking defence" is harming the nation's standing around the world. "At the moment we're waving a stick of celery," he said. He also suggested the country's "political independence is being subsumed into the European Union", and was heckled at. The regular hustings at the coach bags for cheap Cap 'N' Gown, coach outlet purses $150 in Upper Tything, will continue this coming Bank Holiday Monday from 7pm. Entrance will again be free, for more details call landlord Ted Marshall on 01905 612 236.
Each event lasts around two hours, including 45 minutes dedicated to questions from the audience direct to the hopefuls. IT'S ALL HOTTING UP IN WORCESTER The announcement from Mr Shuker now means Worcester has no fewer than eight General Election candidates vying for the seat. Conservative Robin Walker, Labour's Joy Squires, UKIP's James Goad and Green Louis Stephen are already long established parliamentary candidates in the city.
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