On May Day afternoon, Wessex Regionalists set out their stall in Bristol's Eastville Park to contest a seat on Bristol City Council.
Their candidate Nick Xylas was joined by party President Colin Bex and Secretary General David Robins in a bid to secure an end to shenanigans against Bristolians by the London party aloof in Westminster perpetrated through their branch offices - on orders from Brussels and America.
A vote for Nick Xylas will ensure the change from top-down diktat to bottom-up democracy which now is simply unstoppable if sufficient voters wake-up and use their votes responsibly.
Nick gives his assurance that if he is elected, 'I will work tirelessly for the benefit of all in Bristol to fulfil Wessex Regionalists aims and policies with special attention to creating locally elected community councils in place of Neighbourhood Partnerships; fostering small and community owned businesses by way of council procurement, and supporting local businesses and food producers, including allotment holders'.
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