David Rocks who stood for North Ayrshire and Arran in the 2017 General Election has again been chosen to represent the Conservatives in the General Election on December 12. A secondary school teacher, the 33 year old has an honours graduate from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow.

David said: “I am frustrated and disappointed with our current political situation and if elected I want to move on from constitutional distractions and deal with the issues that matter to people as we strive to improve their everyday lives.

"I am grateful to those who voted for me in 2017 and the result proved I am the only candidate who can stop the SNP and their divisive agenda.

"I have always lived and worked in North Ayrshire and want better for our people, towns, villages and islands”.

Delighted to have been selected again to be the Scottish Conservative and Unionist candidate for North Ayrshire and Arran at the upcoming General Election, David (aged 33) was born in Irvine, attended Annick Primary School and Irvine Royal Academy.

Since 2007, he has been teaching secondary school music in North Ayrshire.

He said: “The country is at a crucial point in our history and I believe that we need to unite and move forward, respecting democratic results and leave the damaging divisions of referendums behind us as we look towards a new decade."

North Ayrshire and Arran Association Chairman, Richard Wilkinson, added: "David has dedicated his life to North Ayrshire through education, home and work. His mixture of energy and enthusiasm, based on life experience, makes him an ideal candidate to be our next MP."