Lib Dem Ian Roome vows to 'stand up for North Devon' at General Election

22 May 2024
Ian Roome with volunteers out on the campaign trail

Liberal Democrat Ian Roome has vowed to ‘stand up for North Devon’ at the General Election. 

The Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for North Devon, Ian Roome, has said ‘it’s time for change’ in North Devon as Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced a General Election.  

RAF Veteran and charity fundraiser Ian will be campaigning for action to tackle the cost of living crisis, the NHS crisis and the sewage scandal. 

Mr Roome said: “I will fight to protect our rivers and beaches from disgusting sewage pollution and end bonuses for water company bosses. I will use my experience in the NHS to help bring down the enormous waiting lists, provide more dentists and guarantee a GP appointment when you need it.”

Here in North Devon at this election there is one clear choice. Either continue to be taken from granted by the Conservatives. Or vote for Lib Dem Ian Roome as North Devon’s new MP, who will fight to get us a fair deal.

Labour are in a distant third place here in North Devon.

The Liberal Democrats are on the up after beating the Conservatives at the May local elections and winning four stunning parliamentary by-election victories since the last General Election.

Responding to Rishi Sunak calling a General Election, the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary candidate for North Devon, Ian Roome said: "For years our communities have been taken for granted by an out-of-touch Conservative Government that has failed to get the basics right and lurched from crisis to crisis - now it's time for a change. 

"Local health services have been brought to their knees, people's mortgages and rent have skyrocketed and water companies have been allowed to pump their filthy sewage into our rivers and beaches. All this by a Conservative government more interested in fighting between themselves than standing up for the country.

"Every vote for the Liberal Democrats is a vote for a fair deal. It's a vote for a party that will stand up for North Devon and our health services."

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