This page contains the views of the MP candidates for East Hampshire on a wide range of issues
To see how their views compare with yours, pick any quote below and select your view.
Stop press: 4 of your candidates haven't gone on the record!
(English Democrats Party)
(Justice & Anti-Corruption Party)
(UK Independence Party - UKIP)
Let's start by looking at the local statements
Local people should have more control with regard to planning applications for supermarkets.
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strongly agrees agrees “But councillors are not just being difficult - or ignoring local people - they are constrained by planning regs imposed by central government”
Many people think taxes will have to rise in the next parliament to cut Britain's budget deficit. If they do, any increases should disproportionately be paid by higher earners.
The British government interferes too much with business.
Government should tackle climate change aggressively even if it means energy bills go up.
It would be a big problem if Britain became more economically unequal over the next 5 years.
Despite the recession, Britain should increase spending on public sector services.
People should provide for their own retirement, and not demand the state to help them do so.
Immigration levels are too high.
There are too many CCTV cameras in Britain.
A married, heterosexual couple provide the best environment in which to raise a family.
In general, politicians in Britain are honest.
The arts in Britain should pay for themselves, and not rely on Government subsidy.
The new British government should begin negotiations to leave the European Union.
Even if Iran develops a nuclear weapon, Britain should not support any military action against Iran.
British troops should stay in Afghanistan as long as they are needed.
Britain spends too much money on foreign aid.
Answers by party
In many places, key candidates have refused to go on the record (and sometimes we've been unable to get in touch with them). As a poor substitute, you can see a rough version of how each party answers on average over at our partner site, Democracy Club.
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