Nonie Bouverat

Nonie Bouverat

Mother of four children, married to someone working in a manufacturing company, moved by anger and a belief in personal freedom
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Candidate for the South East (2nd on the List)

Why would you like to represent your region?

I am not a professional politician. I am a mother of four children who was moved by anger with the quality of people running our country to stand. My beliefs are straightforward, maybe simple: the maximum freedom of the individual consistent with personal responsibility, common sense, straightforwardness and family. So you think I am not qualified? Well, perhaps not being a qualified politician is an advantage when you look at the shambles in Westminster and Brussels! Anyway, being a housewife is the hardest job of the lot - it's not one I am ashamed of. We bring up the future generations. We should have more of a say in how we shape the future of those generations. Please give me that chance, for all of our sakes.

Areas of interest - reasons and personal views

Area : Education and Skills
Reason : Schools are our future. Plant a seed, and you feed someone for a year. Plant a tree and you feed them for ten years. Educate people and you feed them for life. I believe that we need to bring our schools back to the high standards that used to exist in this country. I have experience of both state and private education and have seen the best and worst of both.

Views : The paralysis over streaming and grammar schools is to the detriment of our schooling system, as is the total lack of authority over unruly behavior. I believe in streaming and in the re-introduction of healthy competition in academic subjects and sports.

Area : Environment
Reason : Our environment is our quality of life. I have always supported sensible environmental policies and long felt that our reliance on fossil fuels had to be reduced.

Views : I think that there should be a clear balance between the needs of the economy and the need to watch the environment, especially to do as much as possible to reduce emissions.

Area : Agriculture and Food
Reason : Just because we are in an economic recession does not mean that concerns over food supplies for all of us, not just poorer countries, should be forgotten.

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Other political issues of interest
I am worried by the steady destruction of our countryside and the lack of support for rural affairs. Few people in power have a real understanding of how rural communities work or the needs of country people. Once people get into parliament, they only concentrate on cities, where the majority of votes are.

Summary of life and career

I have been married for 23 years and brought up my four children, who have been schooled in both the state and private sectors. I have huge experience as the home back-up to a hard working husband and I have also done a considerable amount of fundraising for charity. I have always felt that the homemaker/parent is under represented and undervalued, to the point that people are often afraid to admit that you have spent your life bringing up children. People don’t take that crucial job seriously enough. I admire anyone who can juggle with career and childrearing, but I also believe that much more value should be placed on people who decide to make the home their career.

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  • Dorothy Chambers
    by Dorothy Chambers 8 years ago
    I have only one sibling a sister, who like yourself has only done charity work outside the home. Unfortunatley people don'tthink about families and that what suits one family does not suit another, so mothers at home get low status and women in the work get low status. Some muddled thinking!
    I expect all you political contributions havw been complimented many times but I'll add another, you know your stuff about what is needed.
    Yours Dorothy Chambers
  • big brother
    by big brother 8 years ago
    My family have been fighting for Human Rights against New Labour since 2002 when our daughter was raped in a Gang Bang rape. One of her attackers David Robert Hoskins admitted to police that he had indecently assaulted my daughter whilst the other man was raping her. The reason neither man was brought to trial was because Hoskins was associated with a man who was a teacher at a Coventry school where his elder siblings went to school. This teacher Phillip Blundell was the former Labour Mayor of Rugby he had very liberal views about crime and punishment and had used his political position in 1996 to persuade a senior policeman and someone at the CPS to withhold evidence from court about the quantity of drugs David Robert Hoskins then aged 15 had on him when he was caught drug dealing. Councillor Blundell thus fixed a court case. When Hoskins came out of Onley Young Offenders Centre after a far shorter sentence than he might expected. But rather than being thankful to Phillip Blundell and Chief Inspector Slater for fixing the evidence Hoskins instead blackmailed them into fixing more and more serious criminal offences. Until David Hoskins was happily engaging in sexual assaults on children, He knew he could get away with it. The Mail on Sunday is among a number of newspapers who have covered this story see www.wurzelbush.co.uk/p.htm following my appearance on BBC TV News an underworld source told me why David hoskins could admit Indecent Assault (Which is a criminal offence) and yet not face trial. Until recently Phillip Blundell was Chairman of Warwickshire Police Authority. I can prove that underworld source Trevor Case was telling me the truth when he pointed the finger at "Councillor Blundell" and a "Chief of Police" this person being former Chie Inspector Michael Slater who was in charge of Rugby police. I have an experienced magistrate supporting my claims. This is really political dynamite because former Home Office Minister Tony McNaulty MP is mixed up in this serious scandel. Want more info email enquiries@justice4us.org.uk
  • Dominic Wheatley
    by Dominic Wheatley 8 years ago
    Hey Nonie - good luck in the campaign!