From his late teens to his now early thirties, Chris has transitioned from being an enthusiastic member of the political left, to now being a highly charged fierce opponent of the left.
Rejecting the over simplified zero-sum narrative from the politicians of his then party, Chris now looks back with a very different point of view.
Pro-Brexit and highly sceptical about government as it is currently formulated, Chris opposes self-centred politicians who insist that heavy-handed big government scheming is the answer to society’s every wrong and the source of society’s every opportunity.
Today Chris is particularly passionate about individual freedom and innovation, the preservation of our heritage and British enlightenment values, and the cleaning up of our democracy and holding politicians properly to account.
EU Referendum 2016
Chris was very active during the EU referendum in 2016, co-running the Leave campaign on the ground in the London Borough of Croydon. For eight months leading up to polling day Chris was handing out leaflets, speaking to passers-by, knocking on doors and speaking at a few public meetings seeking to persuade his fellow local citizens to vote Leave.
Chris campaigning on 16th April 2016, not then attached to any political party, in Croydon central during the EU referendum campaign.
Outside of Politics
Professionally Chris is a self-employed contract software engineer specialising in digital media for a wide-range of businesses.
Chris was a TA Reservist for several years, first with B Company, the London Regiment (PWRR) and later 41 Signal Squadron, 38 Signals Regiment. Attaining the rank of Lance Corporal, Chris became a Physical Training Instructor responsible for maintaining the physical fitness of his squadron.
A sporty personality, Chris plays 5-a-side football while supporting Arsenal FC, as well as being a keen table tennis and chess player.
In Post: June 2018 – Present
Party Experience: Foundation Party, UKIP, Labour Party
We are a group of grassroots activists working within our own personal resources seeking to make a positive difference for our local communities and our country.
With politics so detached from the people, we are pro-Brexit and want a better deal for the people. We value in particular national self-government, the empowerment of citizens and individual freedom and opportunity.
Promoted by Gerald O'Brien, the Party Chairman, on behalf of the Foundation Party both at 71-75 Shelton Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9JQ.