Danny is a local veterinary surgeon, writer and campaigner who grew up on a farm near Launceston.
Danny works as a vet across all of North Cornwall, spending his time across the constituency working closely with local families, business and farms, so knows the area like the back of his hand.
Danny is also an experienced campaigner and has initiated and organised national campaigns around mental health and animal welfare. He occasionally writes for New Scientist Magazine.
Before moving back home to Cornwall, Danny taught at the University of Bristol for a couple of years, and has worked on Global Health projects in India, Iraq, Gambia and Morocco.
Danny’s priorities as your next North Cornwall MP will be to:
-Fund Schools Fairly to ensure local schools get their fair share of funding per pupil
-Save our NHS to ensure that local services meet the needs of everyone
-Take meaningful action to tackle our planet’s Climate Change emergency
-Fight for Farmers to ensure that their livelihoods are protected from a no deal Brexit
-End Poverty in North Cornwall tackling low wages
Danny's training and experience make Danny the best person to be North Cornwall’s next MP – fighting for North Cornwall schools, hospitals and families.
“This is my community. This is where I live. This is where I work. People in North Cornwall are demanding better. Now is the time for a new generation of politicians who believe in liberal values and positive politics.”
For too long we’ve had a Conservative MP who simply follows orders from his London party bosses. Danny will stand up for North Cornwall in Westminster – always putting people before party politics.
Danny will be the hard-working MP that people in North Cornwall can be proud of.