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About Jennifer Nadia Alemanno

I am a final year university Building Surveying student, with almost 20 years combined experience in the energy and construction industries. As a private individual, I have advocated for others experiencing difficulties with their housing and finances. I have fought Havant Borough Council on many issues, from housing and council tax. Resulting in huge write-offs of incorrect bills and balances.

I have fought and won against Universal Credit decisions, having them overturned and compensation paid. I have fought and won against social housing landlords for disrepair and failures in maintaining proper records and standards, in accordance with their obligations, set by the Housing Ombudsman.

I have fought and won against local solicitor practices for misrepresentation and being in breach of their obligations, set by the Legal Ombudsman.

I successfully fought and won against a local college to prevent student fees being increased mid-term. Some years after the principle was found guilty of fraud and embezzlement of college funds. I have helped people with their visa and asylum applications. I successfully had the Metropolitan OYO Hotel in Sheffield closed and 100 refugees relocated, and the Mears housing manager sacked during lockdown, for mistreatment of refugees.

Denying them food, medicine, medical treatment and water. Housing them in an unsafe building with dangerous opening windows and no fire escape. Unfortunately, the government decided to relocate the refugees back to this hotel some months later, resulting in the death of a five year old Afghani refugee. In my spare time I have volunteered for local homeless charities, such as Don’t Hate, Fill Your Plate, and supplying clothing to Afghani and Syrian refugees, as well as local homeless people.

I am also a mother, and have experienced a lot of the hardships most people are suffering through in the past 14 years. I have been issued a Section 21 notice (non-fault eviction). As a full-time working mother, I had to go to food banks, as my income did not afford me to cover my rent, childcare costs and bills. I have experienced a physical disability, causing me to not be able to work.

I have experienced living in mouldy and damp social housing, that was unaffordable ‘Affordable Rent’. I have experienced mental health issues from being overwhelmed as a struggling single working mother and a victim of domestic violence.

Getting any mental health support due to government cut backs, was impossible. I am concerned about the plastic waste and water pollution in my local area. Writing to my MP didn’t seem to get me anywhere. There were either no replies at all or generic replies. The government institutions that are supposed to help people, really seemed to instead be set up as a deterrence and shrouded in so much time-consuming bureaucracy, that seem to be designed to make you give up.

I have only succeeded in overcoming issues due to knowing my rights. I want to help others placed in vulnerable situations caused by government neglect and harmful policies. We need people who really understand what struggles we are living through. Who genuinely empathise, care, and want to help. We do not need career politicians. We need real working class people. I didn’t see any real choice in my area and decided to take the initiative and do it myself. I share the same socialist values and goals as the Workers Party of Britain.

I feel they really demonstrated an understanding of the root causes of the problems the country faces, and offer real workable solutions. I truly believe the Workers Party of Britain are the change in politics we so desperately need and am proud to be standing for them. I have the drive, determination and experience to represent my constituency. I understand that my role should be a servant and representative of the people, and I fully intend on fighting for them to have better lives and improved standards of living, because Britain deserves better.

Why vote for Workers Party?

Why vote WPB in Havant?

“Jennifer Alemanno has my support! I’m often skeptical about politics and the motivations that drive those agendas, but I believe good people can change things for the better. In my opinion, Jennifer is one of those good people.”

Adrian

“Well done, Jennifer Alemanno! I’m behind you all the way. Your efforts and dedication are commendable.”

Amjid

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WHY VOTE FOR OUR PARTY?

Our Key Policies

Decent, Affordable Social Housing

Social Housing was something this country pioneered back in the day. We want to return to this, but with a modern twist, to provide affordable, cost-effective housing produced for people to live in, but using automation to meet the high demand for housing due to a failed free-market system.

Nationalise the NHS

The NHS has been broken into a million pieces — all of them private. It’s time to return the NHS back into public hands, do away with all of the expensive and convoluted market systems within it, and turn it back into a system which is responsive to the people, and for which, parliament is responsible. No more highly-expensive and useless PFI contracts.

Community-led Redevelopment

We will deliver mass-produced housing which will be affordable, and will provide families with homes of good quality. This will be done not by wasteful investment projects or private firms, but with automation and community-led building plans so that what gets developed in a community is what the community want, not what multi-national corporations want.

Bring in Children’s Online Wellbeing Act

We want to protect our children from addictive social media that leads to mental health, lack of confidence and self-harm issues. We want to limit enhanced content and all advertising to under-18s. That means taking on big Social Media companies in the Parliament to protect our future.

None of the mainstream parties would dare take on big corporate social media companies. This reason alone should be enough for you to vote for an independent party this election.

Stop the Genocide in Gaza

We are not afraid to call it what it is – Genocide! Most people agree with us, but the mainstream parties are simply ignoring the people. Make your vote Count! We do, by also supporting students!

Starmer’s Labour stands for relative reticence to criticise Israel. He said they have the right to cut off all water, food and electricity. He has never condemned any of the bombing of refugee camps killing hundreds at a time. That is unforgivable.

Reduce Bills – Nationalise the Utilities

Water and the Rail sectors are the prime examples of disastrous privatisation by Labour and the Tories. We stand for nationalising the utilities.

Labour – a supposedly left-wing party, can’t even name 3 industries they would nationalise.

For the full national manifesto of Workers Party of Britains follow this link.