Welcome to the campaign website of Neville Watson for London Mayor. Congratulations! You're committing a revolutionary act just by being here. Nothing like this exists anywhere else on the Internet.
Do you want to be liberated from the prison of our fake, so-called "representative democracy", where a political class make decisions that benefit their friends and themselves and with no regard to the will of the people who elect them? If so, you've come to the right place.
You're now in touch with the only solution to London's democratic crisis. That solution is a simple concept: Direct Democracy. If you vote-in a Direct Democracy candidate for London Mayor decision-making power will be shifted instantly to the people of London; the people who fund London and who care most about its future.
It's time for an end to the old failed politics. Direct Democracy is London's future. Support it by voting-in London's only Direct Democracy candidate, Neville for London Mayor.
Sadiq is taking Londoners for chumps. His re-election campaign consists of recycling tried and tested Labour Party rhetoric: pretending to champion the working class and the NHS, and pretending he knows or cares about how to solve London's crime pandemic. But there’s absolutely nothing in his record to vindicate these claims.
Instead, Sad’s candidacy has been characterised by incompetence, apathy, increased bureaucracy, high taxes, and a continual shirking of responsibility.
So what's the solution? The Tories? Hardly - they've just presided over the worst economic failure in modern British history at the very same time that China's economy has grown by 6%. All the Tories have achieved is a transfer of wealth from the tax payer to their big buddies, awarding PPE contracts worth billions, while small business owners go to the wall.
No, the only way out of the political dungeon Britain finds itself imprisoned in is with a transfer of decision-making powers from our useless, corrupt mutual back-scratching political class to the honest, hard-working British public. There's only one effective mechanism for that. It's called Direct Democracy And there's only one man in London who can deliver it: Neville Watson.
So, if you love London and you hate the mess that our elected representatives have put us in; if you believe in Londoners' innate common sense and decency and their capacity to know what's going to be best for the future of our great Capital, you need to support Neville. London is depending on you.
Sadiq Khan has let London down badly and the elite Labour and Conservative Parties play politics with people’s lives and businesses while ensuring their families, friends and donors will do just fine.
£25,000 is needed to get to the starting line in the London elections and compete with Labour and the Tories who have access to money through unions and city backers.
This £25,000 is needed to pay deposits for the Mayor and Assembly elections and for the entry into the London Elects Election Booklet.
That’s where Neville needs your help. Just £10 from 2,500 Londoners will cover these costs. Labour and Conservatives may preach inclusivity, yet they write into law financial hurdles to keep everyday people out of their political game. It’s time for Londoners to fight back! Neville may not win, but don't allow your complacency to be a part of the problem. If Neville and, by extension, Direct Democracy gets a good showing, it will grow and eventually become unstoppable as the people come to learn that power really is within their grasp if only they start to unite against our corrupt elites.
So, do something for London; be a part of the solution; be responsible for beginning the only effective campaign that will eventually strip our uncaring political class of the powers they no longer deserve and please, donate to Neville's campaign today!
*The Electoral Commission (EC) have strict rules on donations. Neville will be happy to accept donations in excess of £10. Kind Londoners who wish to donate more than £50 should note that under the EC rules, donors names and addresses must (in confidence, not for public dissemination) be shared with the EC.