New political party announced for Harlow

FORMER Conservative Councillor, Joshua Jolles has launched a new political party for Harlow.

The Harlow Independent Party is the brainchild of the Great Parndon councillor who believes that local politics should be beyond party lines.

Cllr Jolles said: “Local councillors should be free from the apron strings of Westminster. You should be able to vote according to your conscience.

“We intend to voice the concerns of the people of Harlow.”

Cllr Jolles has told YH that he plans to put up candidates in all the wards of Harlow come the local elections in May.

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2 Responses to "New political party announced for Harlow"

  1. AndrewJ   February 3, 2014 at 4:32 pm

    This is the same Cllr Jolles who said when he resigned the Conservatives that he had no intention of joining any other political party, and that he remained supportive of Harlow’s Conservative MP, Robert Halfon. Now Cllr Jolles is going back against his word how can we trust anything else he says?

  2. UKMaverick785   February 6, 2014 at 4:16 pm

    Can anyone spot a bitter Conservative Leader? Cllr. J. Jolles hasn’t joined another party – he’s created his own! I’d also be a bit careful with the Cllr. Jolles, as you still have one Andrew – Muriel Jolles!

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