Candidates announced for Little Parndon By-Election

HARLOW Council has released details of the candidates for the Little Panron and Hare Street By-Election.

The seat is vacant due to the resignation of former leader of the council, Jon Clempner.

The candidates are:

Chris Vince (Labour)
John Steer (Conservative)
Patsy Long (UKIP)

The by-election is set for Thursday March 8th.

Further details can be found on http://www.harlow.gov.uk/election-voting-news

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7 Responses to "Candidates announced for Little Parndon By-Election"

  1. staff.reporter.ate.my.hamster   February 10, 2018 at 5:41 pm

    Labour are the only party that operate for the benefit of the majority- after seven years of tory austerity we need a change at all levels.

    The Tories have shown nothing but contempt for councils by cutting funding so that basic services dont function.

    UKIP will only divide people even more and are capitalizing on the wreck lof teh society that the tories have created.

  2. MickyB77   February 11, 2018 at 8:45 am

    Yeah, and if the REDS hadn’t left billions of debt when they messed up, especially with their so loved PFI. Financial assistance was offered from the government to keep local taxes down, refused by our commie council, where would we be, doing well no doubt. VOTE LABOUR at your PERIL. Couldn’t organise the proverbial in a brewery.

  3. mehardware   February 11, 2018 at 2:04 pm

    Labour has saddled this country which such a huge debt that we and our children and our grandchildren will be paying it off for decades to come. But that was not the first time they have demonstrated they cannot be trusted, the last time they were in power, in the 70s, many won’t remember that Chancellor Dennis Healey had to go cap-in-hand to the IMF in 1976 for a massive bailout as the country was going bankrupt.
    Many will also remember the nationalised services during the 1970s: the continuous strikes at British Leyland, the coal miners always on strike and trying to bring down governments, and the railways a joke. labour want to bring all this back.

  4. MickyB77   February 12, 2018 at 12:54 pm

    I’ll second that, mehardware.

  5. staff.reporter.ate.my.hamster   February 12, 2018 at 2:20 pm

    Sorry, dont you mean the bankers? cos it sounds like your talking about the banking crash of 2008?

    when you mention the 70s i take it your also talking about the oil crisis which set the financial downturn in motion?

  6. MickyB77   February 13, 2018 at 7:13 am

    Obviously staff. your too young to remember, or couldn’t be bothered to check up on the chaos that the Lefties caused in the 70s. Strikes and more strikes, devaluation etc. V L at your PERIL. The commies see ‘arlow as a soft target.

  7. staff.reporter.ate.my.hamster   February 13, 2018 at 9:31 pm

    Perhaps you yourself are too young to remember the rights that working class people have at work were fought for throughout the 1920s and 30s!

    Would you prefer people had absolutely no say whatsoever in their work conditions?

    As for the three day week of the 70s, as it’s your hot topic why don’t you remind us why those workers were sacrificing their wages and risking their jobs by striking?

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