Nicola Jolly – New Forest East – General Election
Nicola lives in the New Forest with her sister Verena and dog Billie. She moved to the area after completing her PhD in 2013 and now works in Education.
A warm, intelligent and compassionate candidate Nicola listens to the experts and local concerns. As we approach 2020, it is clear we only have a decade to act on the Climate and Ecological Emergency. This is the Climate Election. With a strong environmental commitment, Nicola is a clear voice representing your concerns and demanding immediate action.
Nicola’s priorities in this election are:
Immediate and far-reaching climate action: to protect our planet and the fragile ecosystems we value right here in the New Forest, from coastal habitats and heathland to ancient woodlands.
Investment in social and healthcare: mental health must be treated equally to physical health and the NHS protected from privatisation.
Promoting animal welfare: championing sustainable agriculture with an end to factory farming and the badger cull we have seen across Hampshire.
Regarding Brexit, Nicola believes we are better off in the EU, working together, where the UK has a say and can influence European Policy. She respects the democratic process and choice of voters but due to lack of detail in the original referendum Nicola supports a second a referendum with remain as an option.
Nicola’s leaflets – to download and share – Size A5