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UKIP candidate welcomes council’s approval of free parking in lead up to Christmas

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Steven Parkhill, the UKIP candidate for East Londonderry has welcomed council’s approval of free parking across the borough in the lead up to Christmas, describing it as “a policy straight from the UKIP manifesto”

Mr Parkhill said:  “I welcome the news that Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council have approved the Ulster Unionist proposal to offer free car parking over the festive period. This is a policy straight from the UKIP manifesto – a policy which 3,881,099 people across the United Kingdom voted for.”

“The high street is a vital part of any town, providing vitality and employment, and a haven for tourists and shoppers, bringing communities together; retailers are at the heart of every economy on high streets in town centres.”

“With the steady increase of e-commerce, I welcome any potential measure which can potentially lead to higher footfall and more revenue for our local businesses.”

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