Oct 29 2015

Zac Goldsmith Selected as the Conservative Candidate for Mayor of London

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Zac Goldsmith has been selected as the Conservative Candidate for Mayor of London for the 2016 Mayoral Elections.

Zac has been the Conservative MP for Richmond Park and North Kingston since 2010. He is well known for his environmental work and opposition to the expansion at Heathrow Airport and has gained a formidable reputation as someone who fights for the people who elected him and someone who stands up for their principles and beliefs.

There is no doubting Zac’s credentials, he will be a great champion for London and will make a brilliant Mayor.

As an Association we look forward to working with Zac and his team to ensure that he is elected as Mayor of London to continue the success story under the leadership of Boris Johnson.

Visit http://www.backzac2016.com/ for more information on Zac and how to back his campaign.

May 11 2015

Bob Blackman Re-elected for Second Term with Increased Majority

Bob BlackmanBob Blackman has been re-elected as Member of Parliament for Harrow East for a second term.

Bob retained his seat with 24,668 votes against the Labour candidate’s 19,911 votes, doubling his majority to 4,757 votes and with almost 70% voter turnout.

In his victory speech Mr Blackman said “It is truly a privilege to represent the people of Harrow East, the most multi-cultural and multi-faith constituency in the country.”

“I would like to thank the voters for having confidence in me. I commit myself to represent them to my upmost ability.”

“We waged a positive campaign on my work for constituents for 5 years, the improved economic position and the long term plan for improvement in Harrow.”

For a full breakdown of results on the Harrow Council website, click here.

Photo: Bob giving his victory speech:

Bob Blackman victory speech 2015

 

Photo: Bob’s winning campaign team:

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May 11 2015

General Election Results 2015

General Election results 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Conservative Party romps home to victory in the 2015 General Election with David Cameron re-elected as Prime Minister to form a majority government, this despite a fiercely fought and baseless Union’s backed ground campaign by the now demolished Labour Party.

The final result was:

Conservative: 331
Labour: 232
SNP: 56
LibDems: 8
UKIP: 1
Greens: 1
Plaid: 3
Others: 18

“Here’s to a bright future for everyone”

Cameron & Samantha celebrating victory

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