David is 57 years old, married with two teenage children. He is a graduate of Oxford University, works as an insurance broker, and has been a member of the Green Party for over 10 years.
David says: “As a former member of the Labour Party, I would once have expected Labour to present a robust alternative to the current spiteful and incompetent government – but instead all they are offering is more of the same, persisting with the policies of austerity which have led to a fall in real wages for most workers and driven hundreds of thousands of British people to food banks.
"At this election I urge voters to turn their backs on the tactical voting that brought us the coalition government, and instead vote for what they believe in – not for politics as usual, but for a party that offers a radically different approach, based on sustainability, social justice, and greater equality and fairness."
All known candidates for the Ilford North constituency in the 2015 General Election have been offered 400 words on this blog. They will be published if and when they are received.
Local party member, Deborah Fink, represents David from the floor with his permission, posing several questions and presenting Green Party policy.
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Asked their views on PFI (private finance initiative) contracts, Green candidate David Reynolds said the party would look at buying them out.
The Green Party’s David Reynolds said privatisation of gas and electricity was a disaster.
Green candidate David Reynolds said the party wanted to focus on education, and also said anti-Semitism “can’t be tolerated in any form”.
A brief introduction to David Reynolds.
Mr Reynolds, who would abolish tuition fees, criticised Labour for originally introducing them.