Graham Dale Fighting Fund

by Graham Dale for Brexit in Colwyn Bay, Wales, United Kingdom

Graham Dale Fighting Fund
We did it
On 24th May 2019 we successfully raised £50 with 1 supporters in 55 days

To raise money to prepare for and fight the next Parliamentary election as a Brexit candidate in the Aberconwy Constituency.

by Graham Dale for Brexit in Colwyn Bay, Wales, United Kingdom

I actively supported both the Vote Leave and Labour Leave campaigns in North Wales during the 2016 Referendum and was delighted when the Conwy area voted 53.98% to leave the EU, with the whole of Wales voting 52.53% to leave.

I assumed that those promoting the Remain campaign would accept the democratic outcome of the Referendum and, after their initial disappointment, work constructively to deliver Brexit. Instead, they have worked tirelessly, and spent a huge amount of money donated by the likes of US/Hungarian billionaire Georg Soros, to frustrate and reverse the Referendum result. They are now close to achieving their objective.

In their campaign to thwart the democratically-expressed will of a majority of the British electorate the Remainian Establishment have been actively supported in Parliament where both the House of Commons and the unelected House of Lords have substantial Remainian majorities. In the Leave-voting constituency of Aberconwy the sitting M.P., Guto Bebb, has been an active campaigner for Remain and a supporter of a second referendum. I believe, therefore, that at the next Parliamentary election Mr. Bebb should be challenged by someone who is prepared to work tirelessly to deliver a meaningful Brexit. The cross-party Leave voters in Aberconwy, irrespective of Party allegiance, deserve to be represented by someone who truly believes, as they do, in Brexit and who will do all he can to respect their democratic decision to leave the EU.  

All money donated but not spent will be donated equally to the St. David's Hospice, Llandudno and the Ty Gobbaith Children's Hospice, Conwy.

I'm required by the Electoral Commission to say that should you make a donation you confirm that you are eligible to make political donations in the U.K., and your donation is not made for or on behalf of any other person. All donations received are subject to the regulations of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendum Act 2000. The Electoral Commission requires that sufficient information is provided by donors to ensure that the donation is from a permissable source and they may publish information about donations in excess of £50, including donor details.

Published and promoted by Graham Thomas Dale, Carlton House, 68 Conway Road, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, LL29 7LD.

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