Candidates

Cities of London and Westminster
Candidate Manifesto: Nik grew up and went to school in Marylebone. He learnt to read by borrowing the Roald Dahl books from the library on Marylebone Road and then used to study for his A levels on its old wooden desks. He went on to do a degree in Mandarin Chinese at the University of London. He then worked in Beijing for a number of years before returning to Marylebone. He work as a lawyer and lives on Harrowby Street. He was the...
Labour
Hammersmith
Candidate Manifesto: Richard Wood has lived in Hammersmith since 1984.Richard has over 50 years experience in a diverse variety of businesses. He set up his first interior design company when he was 18 servicing local government offices, NHS Retirement Homes, Hospitals, Central Electricity Generating Board, Schools and local authorities. In 1966, he joined the Merchant Navy, where he gained significant interest in travelling, having...
UKIP
Cities of London and Westminster
Candidate Manifesto: Robert Stephenson lives in Westminster, works as an Information Technology professional in the City of London, and was educated at the London School of Economics. He is the Chairman and a founding member of the party's Westminster and City branch. He has been a political activist and campaigner for more than a decade.  
UKIP
Kensington
Candidate Manifesto: Robin McGhee was born in Lambeth and grew up in London, the Netherlands, and Cambridge. He studied history at Oxford University and since graduating in 2012 has worked in research, journalism, and for Lib Dem MPs. Robin believes in the urgent need for political reform in Britain today. Only the Liberal Democrats have the policies of changing the voting system, giving power to local government, and getting ordinary...
Liberal Democrat
Kensington
Candidate Manifesto: Robina studied landscape history at the Architectural Association and became chair of the London branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England. She contributed to the drafting of the CPRE’s original London Plan, published in 2004 with the aim of improving London’s air quality, green spaces and housing.       Robina lives in the constituency. She co-founded the Friends of Portobello and Save Portobello Campaign....
Green
Kensington
Candidate Manifesto: Upbringing I come from a modest background. I was born in Cardiff, South Wales to an English mother and a Syrian father. After living in Syria for my first five years, I returned to the UK with my mother and brother. Each day, my brother and I watched my mother work hard as a nurse to excel in her career, put food on our table, and create a warm environment for her children. Because of this background, I believe I...
Labour
Kensington
Candidate Manifesto: Roland Courtenay's manifesto goes here
New Independent Centralists
Chelsea and Fulham
Candidate Manifesto: Simon is standing for election because he believes that an outward looking, progressive and tolerant Britain is significantly better placed to meet the challenges of the 21st Century than an inward looking, illiberal, “blame someone else” Britain.   “Unlike Labour, I firmly believe we need to balance the books (and keep them balanced) – there is nothing remotely progressive in leaving our children to pay off our...
Liberal Democrat
Hammersmith
Candidate Manifesto: Stephen Brennan's Manifesto goes here
Independent
Kensington
Candidate Manifesto: Toby Abse's manifesto goes here
Alliance for Green Socialism

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