Success! Brexit for North Cornwall
In June 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. 17.5 million people voted to leave - the biggest mandate for anything in British political history. Scott wants to see North Cornwall benefit from Brexit, especially its farming and fishing sectors, while continuing to receive regional funding
Save Public toilets
Public toilets are under threat of closure in Cornwall, and Scott wants to see them remain open through a change in finance and law. Like shops, public toilets are subject to Non-domestic rate payments, otherwise known as business rates. This, on top of maintenance costs and water bills, means they are not cheap for local authorities to run.
First and foremost, immigration is very important to our economy. The UK has always been an open nation which embraces people from around the world to live and work here and contribute to our society. We have people working in the NHS, in government, in schools, in public services and setting up businesses from all over the world which is something to celebrate and be proud of.