Police candidate tells Cameron and May about Lancashire's funding woes
A former police officer who is a candidate in May's police and crime commissioner elections in Lancashire has met with Prime Minister David Cameron.
Andrew Pratt, who is the Conservative’s candidate for the role currently held by Labour’s Clive Grunshaw, spoke to Mr Cameron and Home Secretary Theresa May during a reception at Downing Street.
Afterwards he said: “I took the opportunity to speak to David Cameron and Theresa May about the challenges we face in Lancashire.
“I’m fighting to ensure people’s priorities for policing in their area are listened to, taken seriously, and acted upon by the police.
“The reception was a great opportunity to meet with other PCC candidates to discuss best practice and to understand some of the issues concerning them in their regions.”