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Ian Berkeley-Hurst - The Brexit Party candidate for Wrexham

Welcome to the profile page for Ian Berkeley-Hurst, who is standing for The Brexit Party in Wrexham for the General Election on December 12th.

As we have with all candidates, we have invited Ian Berkeley-Hurst to send statements for inclusion on this page, links to their social media, as well as asking if they will take part in our one on one video Q&A's along with attending our Wrexham debate.


Q&A Video


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Statement

From market trader selling flowers to business in Japan and onto practising Solicitor having read law at Exeter University as a mature student. I have latterly worked with Local Authorities and children issues. My experience is varied, from manual work building houses to advising clients facing legal issues.

I live with my partner, a son aged 3, and my daughter age 9. Together my partner and I look after my mother who lives well with late Stage Vascular dementia at home with us. My 19 year old son is at University and my oldest child is completing post graduate studies.

Called to the Bar - Barrister Non-Practising.

Why Wrexham...it is my children’s and my partners home town. Grandma lives here, Grandfather is buried here in Wrexham. Many of our family members live here including my partners sister and husband. If elected moving our young family to Wrexham will give us all great opportunities: from the beautiful countryside around to the vibrant life in Wrexham.

Funding Statement

We asked the question 'As of 6pm 14th November, where has the top three sources of funding for your campaign come from, and are there any funding sources you feel would be relevant to voters to know about?'. We will re-ask this question later in the campaign. The candidate response is below:

All funding has come from the national Party.

Advertising / Canvassing Statement

We asked the question 'Are you aware of all advertising or canvassing done in your name in connection to this election, and are you fully confident in its accuracy and transparency? Plus any relevant information ' . The candidate response is below:

I am not aware of any advertising done in my name at this time. Should advertising be done in my name it will be done properly and Honestly.

Socials / Website


Candidate Twitter account: click here

Wrexham Debate Video


Soon!


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