Paisley and Renfrewshire North Constituency

Andrew Scott

Parliamentary Candidate –

Andrew Scott

Email:  [email protected]

Biography:

Who Am I?

My name is Andrew Scott, I am 31 years old and I’m your candidate for Paisley North for ReformUK.

I left school when I was 17 and went on to study Computing at college. After two years studying I took a year out to become the full-time Carer for my Nana. I continued as her Carer until her passing. Since then I have worked in retail, fast food and I currently work as a delivery driver for a large national supermarket.

I used to be a SNP supporter and voter until the corruption within the SNP and the failure of government in key areas such as education, health and ferries became apparent. I know people are having it hard with cost of living crisis and I know personally working in a minimum wage job what that’s like.

In my spare time I like playing basketball, acting, and travelling.

Why I am standing for Reform

I am standing for ReformUK because they are the only political party that have credible policies to address the cost of living crisis.

Policies that include:

▪ Lifting people who earn up to £20,000 out of paying income tax, saving millions of working class people thousands of pounds every year.
▪ Scrapping Net Zero, saving everyone money on their energy bills and safeguarding the oil and gas sector and jobs in North East of Scotland.

These are just some of the ReformUK policies that will make big difference to everyone’s personal finances, but most of all to people struggling to survive on low incomes and minimum wage jobs. If elected I will do my upmost to improve this area and transform our country.

 

Paisley and Renfrewshire North Constituency Map

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Paisley and Renfrewshire North Constituency Information

Electorate: 69,791

Wards:

  • Cardonald
  • Renfrew North and Braehead
  • Renfrew South and Gallowhill
  • Paisley Northeast and Ralston
  • Paisley Northwest
  • Houston, Crosslee and Linwood
  • Bishopton, Bridge of Weir and Langbank
  • Erskine and Inchinnan