In the third paragraph Stephen says that he is assured that an independent voice is required because he received the most number of votes in the county. My response to this is that of course he received the most number of votes in the county: Willingdon and Polegate is a two member division with double the electorate of other divisions. This combined with Stephens personality cult and the fact that he has the electorate convinced that they are being unfair or possibly racist if they oppose him means that he has a large vote, one must ask is it a fair reflection?
In the subsequent paragraph he goes back to the theme “Action, not politics!” As I know to my cost, being one of the councillors he criticised at the 2007 District/Parish election and having lost my seat as a result, he is very able to carry out a negative campaign, In this case as I know and as you must trust as I have a disability and would not have countenanced any unfair treatment of Cllr Shing, he lied, how was that not politics? Can we expect his behaviour to be the same thoughout this campaign? On the definition of politics he still has not realised where he is when he is in a council chamber? Even at parish council we were still involved in politics. Does he imagine that this will not be the case in Parliament?
If he should suceed in his effort to be elected to Parliament then the Electors of Willingdon and Jevington and Polegate will have to pay the costs of a Bye Election in the Polegate and Willingdon Division and the Willingdon and Jevington Parish Council and Polegate Town Council and Wealden Council. The rest of Eastbourne gets him with no additional cost as MP but Polegate residents will have to pay and will not get anything for it.