With only 3 weeks to go before the United Kingdom (UK) General Election, Brian May of the iconic Band Queen is stumping for liberal democratic politicians, Andrew George and Adrian Sanders.
According to The Cornishman website, May is the founder of an organization called Common Decency, and says George meets the standards of his movement for electing candidates that work for social justice, wildlife and peace.
The 2 major parties in Great Britain are the Conservative party of which the current prime minister David Cameron belongs to and the Labour party led by Ed Miliband. The Liberal Democrats are the 3rd party and many media sources call Great Britain the 2 ½ party system.
The United Kingdom (UK) general election of 2015 will be held on May 7, 2015 to elect the 56th Parliament. Voting will take place in 650 areas, sections or wards called constituencies in the UK; each electing a member of Parliament to the House of Commons. This election occurs at least once every 5 years.
Queen musician May is visiting Westcountry Torbay and Penzance today to give support to George and also liberal democrat candidate Adrian Sanders. In the past May has been vocal about his support for Sanders. "one of the few candidates who will act decently, transparently and accountably".
His "Common Decency" campaign encourages people to vote for candidates that are trustworthy and that “no vote is wasted, no seat is safe”.