A Fresh Start for
Kingston and Surbiton
James has a five-point plan to bring about Fresh Start for Kingston and Surbiton. Find out more about James’ policies by clicking below
A Message From James
James was born and raised in Kingston, growing up in a Council flat in New Malden. Find James’ election address to the left, or click below to find out more about James, his background and why he’s standing in Kingston and Surbiton
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I’m proud to be standing as an Independent in Kingston and Surbiton.
I’m a life-long local resident, I was born at Kingston Hospital, I went to school at Coombe Boys’ School and I’m a governor worked at Kingston Hospital. I understand the issues that matter most to you and your family in Kingston – because they’re the issues that affect me and my family too.
I know how much we all value our NHS services locally – and I know that their resource has been stretched to the limit. That’s why I’m fighting for the very best health and care outcomes for Kingston’s residents and making sure that we get more funding for Kingston Hospital and our local GPs – to reduce waiting times.
I’ve also been campaigning for five-years on local issues, such as successfully saving the Malden Centre, keeping New Malden Post Office open, stopping the removal of the Fountain Roundabout and scrapping the £360 Liberal Democrat tax hike for people living in permit areas in Kingston.
I want to be your strong, local voice in Parliament to stand up for the issues that matter most to you, such as stopping overdevelopment, holding the Council to account, delivering more police, better resource for our schools and protecting our local environment.
James’ campaign was covered by Adam Jones for ShoutOutUK! Read the interview here…Read More
James Giles caught up with Sian Bayley of the Surrey Comet to talk about life on the campaign trail. Read the interview below.Read More