Parliamentary Candidate for
June is a Welsh speaking mother of three from Cardigan who has settled in the Monmouthshire area since 2001.
A graduate of the University of Wales, Swansea, 1987 June holds a degree in History and English Literature. June also holds an MSc in Tourism Management from UWIC, Cardiff and a PGCE/QTS in Business Studies and Economics. June is a passionate educator who has taught in Cardiff, Monmouth and the Forest of Dean working in the secondary school sector to inspire young people to develop their passions through enterprise activities. June currently serves her local community in Redbrook as a parish councillor.
In 2019 she stood as a candidate in the Newport West by-election and European Parliament elections as a vocal proponent of the need for political reform to end corruption in politics. June is passionate about driving grassroots participation in civic life, the need to protect the environment and improving civic engagement in her community.
In her leisure time June sings with a local community choir, enjoys live music and heritage in the outdoors. The True & Fair Party was launched by Gina Miller earlier in 2022 to tackle political corruption an institutional weaknesses, and campaign for the modernisation of UK democracy.
June's top 3 local priorities are:
Save our Rivers - The fragile ecosystems of the Wye, Usk and Severn and their tributaries are in crisis as a result of the expansion of intensive farming, an inadequate regulatory framework and systemic failures of water utilities to invest in solutions to inadequate combined sewage overflows and surface water drainage.
Affordable Homes and Cost of Living Crisis Beating Local Jobs
Joined up, cross border thinking on planning and infrastructure investment is needed urgently to build sustainable, affordable housing with a well connected transport and community infrastructure that meets the needs of future generations
Economic Regeneration to Deliver Practical Support for Small Businesses
Incentives and grants to encourage new start up businesses and growing businesses. Invest in hybrid working hubs in under-used building in our four main retail centres: Abergavenny, Monmouth, Usk and Chepstow to regenerate town centres #shoplocal #visitmonmouthshire #Regenerativefarming #excluded #shoplocal Farming- Energise our beleaguered agri-tourism sector through accessible sustainable farming schemes - prioritise regenerative farming for food security #youngfarmers #landaccessnow #OneMillionAcres
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June Davies a Charity Trustee, parish councillor and mother-of-three based in the Wye Valley near Monmouth has a professional background as a teacher of economics and business and has also worked in the energy sector and the brewing industry.
She previously stood as a candidate in the Newport West by Election and European parliamentary elections in 2019 demanding political reform selected to take on David TC Davies.
June Davies calls for a fairer funding settlement from Westminster to our communities to get through the cost of living crisis and save the local rapid response services which are at risk and so critical to our communities.
She also calls for urgent action to save the Rivers Wye and Usk from collapse.
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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.