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Sovereignty political party make their municipal election debut in Fife

Sovereignty contests the Kirkcaldy East ward when voters go to the polls on Thursday.

The party will field a local man, Walter Neilson.

He was at Dysart in the countryside this weekend.

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Sovereignty candidate Walter Neilson (front) at Dysart

Walter said: ‘I have been overwhelmed with the support of family, friends and party members who have traveled from Huntly, Dundee and Dumbarton.

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“One of the many issues my campaign is focusing on is the positive potential the area could offer – Ravenscraig Castle, Dysart Park and Harbor could attract many more visitors if facilities were improved.”

Sovereignty was founded in 2020 on the 700th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath.

Walter Neilson, (right) with Sovereignty Party Leader David McHutchon

It was previously known as Restore Scotland and contested the 2021 Scottish Parliament elections.

It represents Scotland’s independence from the UK and the EU; the freedom of the individual; the value and autonomy of the family; the sanctity of human life; and, the health and welfare of the people of Scotland.