BROWN, Malvin Paul (Residents` Association of London Official Candidate) EDMONDS, Richard (National Front Putting Britain First) EVANS, Roger (The Conservative Party Candidate) ISLAM, Farrukh Jamal (London Liberal Democrats) RICHARDS, Mandy Marie (Labour Party Candidate) SAAD, Haroon (Green Party) TAYLOR, Robert (British National Party) TWIDDY, Mark Alan (English Democrats - "Putting England First!") WEBB, Lawrence James (Fresh Choice for London)
NB 'Fresh Choice for London' is UK Independence Party.
Socialism makes war upon a system, not upon a class
Interesting to see that Richard Edmonds is back with the NF . Has he moved areas - I seem to recall him being active around Lewisham/SE London?
Richard is in-between parties at the moment. While he joined the National Front a few months back, he still is affiliated with the Andrew Brons reform-leadership faction (aka NationalistUnity) within the British National Party.
The NF's campaign for the GLA was terribly poor, only one meeting with about 15 in attendence and they only managed to print a few thousand leaflets. They have virtually no activists in the London area and don't stand a chance of polling above 0.5%. The NF's intention of standing was really as a protest against Nick Griffin's leadership of the British National Party.
Post by Pete Whitehead on May 30, 2012 18:56:40 GMT
Ken Livingstone gained Aldborough and Chadwell
On the constituency vote Labour gained Aldborough, Chadwell, Cranbrook, Clayhall and Wanstead in Redbridge and South Hornchurch, Heaton and Gooshays in Havering On the list vote Labour gained all the above plus Barkingside and Hainault (who will bet against Labour winning a majority in Redbridge for the first time in 2014)