If you have any interests that might be relevant to the work of the ALB, and which could lead to a real or perceived conflict of interest if you were to be appointed, please provide brief details below.
Do you consider yourself to have a real or perceived conflict of interest in relation to the role you are applying for?
If there is anything relevant to your suitability as a public appointee—for example any criminal convictions, bankruptcy or anything which could impact on public confidence on your suitability, please provide brief details below.
Significant political activity is defined as being employed by a political party, holding significant office in a party, standing as a candidate for a party in an election, having publicly spoken on behalf of a political party or having made significant donations or loans to a party. Significant loans and donations are those of a size which are reported to the Electoral Commission, in line with a central party’s reporting threshold.
Have you undertaken any political activity for a political party in the past five years?
Declaration: G Stacey