Harlow Labour councillor set to stand in European Elections

A HARLOW Labour councillor is set to stand in next month’s European elections.

Little Parndon and Hare Street councillor Chris Vince is number two on the Eastern Region List.

The European Elections are based on a system of proportional representation.

The elections take place on May 23rd

For European elections, the UK is divided into 11 regional constituencies, with each party putting forward a list of candidates for each region.

We will no doubt be catching up with cllr Vince over the next few weeks.

Eastern Region

Alex Mayer
Chris Vince
Sharon Taylor
Alvin Shum
Anna Smith
Adam Scott
Javeria Hussain

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7 Responses to "Harlow Labour councillor set to stand in European Elections"

  1. MickyB77   April 19, 2019 at 10:00 am

    Is this the very recently elected Marxist councillor, who was going to change the face of Harlow ?
    Seems that the Brussels gravy train is far too attractive to ignore, joining the
    mega million earners, Blair and the Kinnock family.

  2. durcant   April 19, 2019 at 3:33 pm

    I have worked alongside Chris since he became elected as a local councillor for Hare street and Little Parndon.
    He passion and commitment to our local ward has been inspirational.
    You may call Chris many things , hard working, dedicated,litter champion but not a Marxist councillor.
    He will make a great MEP for the many not the few.
    Very proud of his achievements and wish him great success.
    Happy Easter.

  3. ronnieboy1   April 20, 2019 at 8:55 am

    What did the 2017 labour election manifesto say? “we will respect the referendum result in full” and lets all hope that the non labour and conservative liberal parties get wiped out.

  4. kthe5   April 20, 2019 at 9:33 pm

    I don’t know Chris but a quick Google search shows that he has spent time organising community litter picks. So he has probably changed the face of Harlow by there being less litter around.
    Marxist? I saw no evidence of that. His attendance record as a Councillor is 9/10. I get the impression of a community minded person.
    As for the Euro-gravy train, Tony Blair wasn’t an MEP. Neil Kinnock wasn’t either but was a European Union Commissioner.
    I agree that there is an attra=ction to the Euro-gravy train – how else to explain Farage and his UKIP Version 2 party? I read an article recently that described their attendance record as “when they could be bothered”.

  5. ronnieboy1   April 21, 2019 at 8:53 am

    bliar wasnt an MEP just a war criminal,who opened the mass immigration flood gates in 2005, which led to UKIP and UKIP mk2 and the welsh windbag was the perpetual loser to the last decent pm w,eve had in this country. The reason we have a farage brexit party is the fact that labour and conservative failed to deliver brexit which they promised in their 2017 election manifestos.This isnt tory v labour both of them are useless.

  6. MickyB77   April 21, 2019 at 4:56 pm

    Did I say Bliar was an MEP ?
    Mr Vince I think, hasn’t spent a year in office yet, but he, as most teachers
    tend to, regards himself as an authority on most matters. If only.
    Litter picking is a guaranteed

  7. MickyB77   April 21, 2019 at 4:58 pm

    Did I say Bliar was an MEP ?
    Mr Vince I think, hasn’t spent a year in office yet, but he, as most teachers
    tend to, regards himself as an authority on most matters. If only.
    Litter picking is guaranteed by the socialist crew, it’s almost like doing the
    Bonny Baby judging of years ago.

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