Kazimir Hubert

party: Independent
constituency: Cardiff Central

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How would you reform surveillance law, oversight and practice to respect the rights of law-abiding people?

organisation: Open Rights Group (ORG)

Individuals and Political Parties who do not hold the majority in both Houses of Parliament can not reform anything. We can only represent a view concerning a reform. As a Politically Neutral Independent, if elected, it would be my duty to accurately represent the view on such reforms as held by the majority of my constituents campaigning on such issues. Independents do not run to spout our own opinions and give the pretense that we are fully informed on all issues as Political Parties pretend to be. We run to be democratically elected representatives of the constituency relying on our often colourful personalities to get our constituents' views noticed. It is not the MP's job to rule and tell constituents what to think. Government should be in the hands of the constituents alone (they elect MPS not companies). MPs should only think they way the majority of their constituents tell them to. This can be achieved extremely easily with modern interactive networking technology. MPs must only carry out the will of their constituents in parliament (within the constraints of the law). That is the sole "sacred duty" of any MP, and if they fail in this duty they must be replaced as soon as possible.

The right of parents to remain with their children in hospital has been established for over forty years. How would you ensure carers of people with dementia are equally welcome in hospital?

organisation: John's Campaign

Individuals and Political Parties who do not hold the majority in both Houses of Parliament can not ensure anything. The government in this country is not designed to work that way. We can only represent a view concerning an act which will be thrashed about in parliament. As a Politically Neutral Independent, if elected, it would be my duty to fight for and accurately represent the view on such acts as held by the majority of my constituents campaigning on such issues. Independents do not run to spout our own opinions and give the pretense that we are fully informed on all issues as Political Parties pretend to be. We run to be democratically elected representatives of the constituency relying on our often colourful personalities to get our constituents' views noticed. It is not the MP's job to rule and tell constituents what to think. A truly Democratic Government must be in the hands of the constituents alone (they elect MPS not companies). MPs should only think they way the majority of their constituents tell them to. This can be achieved extremely easily with modern interactive networking technology. MPs must only carry out the will of their constituents in parliament (within the constraints of the law). That is the sole "sacred duty" of any MP, and if they fail in this duty they must be replaced as soon as possible.

Recent polling show that people support rent control by a margin of nine to one. Do you support a rent control that limits rent rises between tenancies as well as during tenancies?

organisation: Generation Rent

Whatever the majority of my constituents campaigning on such issues support, it is my job only to accurately represent and fight for their demands in parliament. That is what distinguishes an independent candidate from a Party Politician.

Britain spends £24 billion on housing benefit and less than £1.5 billion on building homes. Do you support an increase in the social housebuilding grant to £5 billion a year to build homes?

organisation: Generation Rent

Whatever the majority of my constituents campaigning on such issues support, it is my job only to accurately represent and fight for their demands in parliament. That is what distinguishes an independent candidate from a Party Politician.

Private sector landlords receive over £27bn a year in housing benefit and tax breaks. Would you support a rent tax that recouped up to a third of this to fund new housing supply?

organisation: Generation Rent

Whatever the majority of my constituents campaigning on such issues tell me to support I will carry their message to parliament. It is not up to me to guess what my constituents want. in this modern age of interactive networking communication technology they can tell lme their views directly. If the majority of my constituents are landlords i imagine that they will not want this. If the majority are tenants I imagine they would. Either way whatever the majority of my constituents want, my duty is only to convey their message to parliament and fight for their demands.

To what degree should access to information on the internet be restricted by the state or private companies?

organisation: Open Rights Group (ORG)

To the degree that the majority of my constituents campaigning on this issue tell me it should be. Independents do not run to be Politicians, we run to be democratically elected representatives of the constituency relying on our often colourful personalities to get our constituents' views noticed. It is not the MP's job to tell constituents what to think. MPs should only think they way the majority of their constituents tell them to. This can be achieved extremely easily with modern interactive networking technology. MPs must only carry out the will of their constituents in parliament (within the constraints of the law). That is the sole "sacred duty" of any MP, and if they fail in this duty they must be replaced as soon as possible.

Should people in Scotland and Northern Ireland have the same free speech protections from libel bullies as their neighbours in England and Wales?

organisation: English PEN

Whether or not what happens in Scotland or Northern Ireland has relevance for my constituents in Cardiff Central is for my constituents to decide and tell me. As a Politically Neutral Independent, if elected, it would be my duty to fight for and accurately represent the views held by the majority of my constituents campaigning on such issues. Independents do not run to spout our own opinions and give the pretense that we are fully informed on all issues as Political Parties pretend to be. We run to be democratically elected representatives of the constituency relying on our often colourful personalities to get our constituents' views noticed. It is not the MP's job to rule and tell constituents what to think. A truly Democratic Government must be in the hands of the constituents alone (they elect MPS not companies). MPs should only think they way the majority of their constituents tell them to. This can be achieved extremely easily with modern interactive networking technology. MPs must only carry out the will of their constituents in parliament (within the constraints of the law). That is the sole "sacred duty" of any MP, and if they fail in this duty they must be replaced as soon as possible. Just as companies exist to make money and be taxed for the sake of the economy, MPs exist to fight for the rights our constituents tell us to fight for. We are not elected by companies, we are elected by individuals both rich and poor, and we must listen to them and represent their views accurately.

The standards of goods and services that are essential, such as food and water, are generally highly regulated. Do you support enforced minimum standards in housing as a precondition of a renting?

organisation: Generation Rent

As a Politically Neutral Independent, if elected, it would be my duty to fight for and accurately represent the view on such standards as held by the majority of my constituents campaigning on such issues. Independents do not run to spout our own opinions. We run to be democratically elected representatives of the constituency relying on our often colourful personalities to get our constituents' views noticed. It is not the MP's job to rule and tell constituents what to think. A truly Democratic Government must be in the hands of the constituents alone. MPs should only think they way the majority of their constituents tell them to. This can be achieved extremely easily with modern interactive networking technology. MPs must only carry out the will of their constituents in parliament (within the constraints of the law). That is the sole "sacred duty" of any MP, and if they fail in this duty they must be replaced as soon as possible. Just as companies exist to make money which is good for the economy, MPs should only exist to fight for the interests of constituents rich and poor whoever they are in the hopes of bringing about a happier society.

Governments implement policies that directly and indirectly impact on house prices. Do you think house prices are too high?

organisation: Generation Rent

The opinion of a democratically elected representative on such issues is irrelevant, the only thing that matters is what the majority of my constituents campaigning on such issues tell me. Leadership is about listening to those around you and understanding their points of view. Only dictators promote top down government telling the people at the bottom what to think and put up with. As a Politically Neutral Independent, if elected, it would be my duty to fight for and accurately represent the concerns held by the majority of my constituents campaigning on such issues. Independents do not run to spout our own opinions and give the pretense that we are fully informed on all issues as Political Parties pretend to be. We run to be democratically elected representatives of the constituency relying on our often colourful personalities to get our constituents' views noticed. It is not the MP's job to vote on implementing policies which will have a negative impact on our constituents. We must only vote on policies the way our constituents want it. If there is something which will adversely affect our constituents we must do our best to make sure the constituents are fully informed of these matters through any appropriate medium. But in the end we can only vote on the implementation of a policy the way our constituents tell us to.

Would you support the creation of a Royal Commission to review Britain’s drug laws?

organisation: CISTA

Whatever the majority of my constituents campaigning on such issues support, it is my job only to accurately represent and fight for their demands in parliament. That is what distinguishes an independent candidate from a Party Politician. My opinion is unimportant, My job is only to be the messenger. If my constituents give me a message to carry to parliament which I feel I simply can not convey without damaging my conscience, I can always resign so that my constituents can elect an independent with less conscience to carry their message to parliament instead of me. Either way, the message will still get there. The only difference is whether or not I am the one who carried it. But I do not imagine that the majority of my constituents campaigning on such issues would demand I fight for the legalization of crystal meths or crack-cocaine for example and as long as that is the case, there will be no need for me to resign my job if elected.