Janet Kenrick for Rhondda

Janet Kenrick for Rhondda

Jun 6, 2017 | Election Communications, Rhondda Cynon Taff, UKIP | 3 comments

A vote for Jeremy Corbyn is a
vote for:
Remaining in the crumbling EU
Uncontrolled mass migration
Abolishing our nuclear deterrent
Don’t leave it to Labour
Vote UKIP to bring Britain together

Janet is a 45-year-old teacher and mum of three. She has a wealth of real-life experience, having had a number of jobs including dock ambassador for Amazon, a call centre advisor for Vodafone, and a Head Chef in Clacton-on-Sea, where she catered for homeless people. Janet also served in the British Army for three-and-a-half years in Germany, and is a Welsh speaker.
“Theresa May is cynically using this Brexit General Election as a smokescreen to distract us from her party’s real intention of sneaking in all the unpalatable policies they have been wanting to bring in for years,” Janet says.
“Even worse than that, a vote for Labour will leave us still in the EU, or at the very least will not deliver the kind of Brexit that we voted for, and Plaid just want to re-run the referendum all over again. If you want to make sure that this doesn’t happen, don’t leave it to Jeremy Corbyn and Chris Bryant’s Labour Party. Vote UKIP on June 8th.”

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Janet Kenrick Campaign Leaflet