Name: Anthony May
Candidate for: Kingston & Surbiton
Party: Christian Peoples Alliance
The Christian People' Alliance Candidate is an NHS project manager who goes to Surbiton Community Church and sits on the board of Kingston YMCA.
Anthony May, 42, who lives in Chessington, described himself as left-of centre in his focus on helping the poor and said when voters were presented with CPA policies anonymously, they liked them.
Kingston Hospital might need to have some services “re-configured” and moved into the primary care sector to save money, he believed.
He said: “If I was MP I think there may be some aspects that could be pulled out of secondary care.
“The danger is the pressure to save that money is going to lead to cuts in services that are not just going to be driven by the benefits to patients or evidence but by financial pressures.”
He called for a reform of global banking to put the economy on a green footing.
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