Dr Daniel Roy Connelly
Parliamentary Candidate for
Daniel Roy Connelly
Daniel Roy Connelly is the True & Fair candidate to be the next MP for York Outer. The 56-year-old ex-diplomat, professor, author and Shakespeare expert is entering national politics for the first time.
Horrified to witness Partygate and other crass malpractices in government and parliament, Daniel, who has lived across the globe, is determined to help restore honesty and accountability to public life.
He believes York Outer deserves to be represented by the True & Fair Party’s commitment to clean up politics rather than by a party drowning in its own corruption.
A father of one beloved son, Daniel is focussed on campaigning locally for the NHS and mental health services and for greater community access to York’s many cultures. Daniel is a life-long fan of cricket, writing and Shakespeare.
Daniel's local policies are:
To push York City Council to make the city’s Blue Badge parking scheme fully accessible.
To promote the regeneration of business to fill empty high street shops.
To tackle endemic homelessness on the streets of York.
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- Your candidate's latest newsletter - Click here to read.
- An update from your candidate - 3 March 2023 - Read Here
- A New Year's Message from Dr Daniel Roy Connelly - Read here.
- Yorkshire has its first True & Fair Party Prospective Parliamentary Candidate Click here for the full article
- Gina Miller’s New Anti-Corruption Party Targets York Outer at the Next General Election.
Theatre professor and former diplomat Dr Daniel Roy Connelly selected to take on Julian Sturdy.
Dr Connelly calls for increased funding for local mental health services and access to culture.
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Closing Tax Loopholes White Paper - Centre Think Tank, Commissioned by the True & Fair Party
It is blatantly unfair that tax avoidance, evasion and loopholes are not being closed in a manner that creates a fairer tax system, more tax revenue and therefore less borrowing. This paper proposes a better resourced tax office to tackle fraud, increase transparency and improved data collection.