The candidates for Harrow East clashed over race relations and the expenses scandal at The HA1’s pre-election debate last night.
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What do you really know about the people who want to run Harrow as of May?
Posted in Election 2010, Harrow council, tagged 2010 election, Bill Stephenson, Chris Noyce, Cllr David Ashton, Cllr Marilyn Ashton, Conservative, Eric Silver, Harrow council, James Bond, Tony McNulty on May 8, 2010| 1 Comment »
Labour swept back to victory on Harrow council this week, overturning the Conservatives majority with a ten seat gain.
Britain may be facing a hung parliament but in Harrow East the result is clear – Conservative Bob Blackman is the new MP.
Posted in Election 2010, General Stanmore Politics, tagged 2010 election, answers, bigots, Bob Blackman, Chris Noyce, council elections, Gareth Thomas, Harrow, Harrow East, Harrow West, hung parliament, May 6, Nahid Boethe, questions, Rachel Joyce, Stanmore Park, Stanmore Politics, Tony McNulty on April 28, 2010| 2 Comments »
We’ve been talking about it for ages. In every newspaper, on every radio or TV programme, on Facebook and Twitter, the hot topic is the race to run the country. But away from deficits, bigots and Nick Clegg, Stanmore Politics is on hand with what Harrow needs to know for the 2010 election.
The election is turning ever nastier in Harrow East. The Evening Standard’s Ross Lydall reports the battle of words taking place between the Labour and Tory candidates for the constituency. Lydall describes Labour’s Tony McNulty as an ‘attack dog’ and notes Tory Bob Blackman is a ‘colourful figure who seems to have more enemies […] than […]
It’s been a bad couple of days for Harrow East’s Conservative candidate. Bob Blackman has come under fire from a mental health charity for using the term ‘basket case’ during a hustings event yesterday. The BBC are reporting him saying: “Harrow Council was a basket case before the Tories took over. Now we are a […]
Lib Dem candidate for Harrow East, Nahid Boethe, has launched her campaign website. Amongst other things the site highlights her support for local businesses and her campaign for improved disabled access to Stanmore Station.