Our local Members of Parliament
Candidate Manifesto: Andy Slaughter is a British Labour Party politician and was Member of Parliament for Hammersmith from 2010 until March 2015. He is currently the Labour candidate for Hammersmith at the General Election to be held on Thursday 7 May 2015. He had previously been MP for Ealing, Acton and Shepherd's Bush from 2005 to 2010 and before that, Leader of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Council. He is currently a...
Chelsea and Fulham
Candidate Manifesto: Life Story Greg was born in 1965 in New York , the son of British parents, and lived in the USA until he was seven years old. Thereafter, Greg was educated at state schools in England , but the family was constantly on the move, due to the Labour Government of 1974 – 1979 closing down grammar schools. Greg left Dr. Challoner´s Grammar School in 1984 to go to Cambridge University to read history. First, he took a “...
Candidate Manifesto: Thank you for visiting my website. I am the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for the Battersea seat at the General Election on 7 May. You can find out more about my work and activities on both before dissolution, when I was the MP in Parliament, and now out and about in the constituency as a candidate. And there’s more about my local and national campaigns at www.janeellison.net/janes-campaigns. I am honoured...
Cities of London and Westminster
Candidate Manifesto: Mark was first elected as the MP for the Cities of London and Westminster constituency in 2001, and was re-elected with an increased majority in 2005. In the 2010 General Election he was returned to parliament once more having been re-elected in the revised constituency (bearing the same name) with a further increased majority of 11,076. This result took Mark’s share of the vote locally to over 50% for the first...
Candidate Manifesto: A former Kensington and Chelsea councillor, Borwick is currently a Member of the London Assembly and Deputy Mayor of London. She has twice stood to be the Conservative Mayoral candidate, coming second in 2008 to Boris Johnson. Most of her professional life was spent in events and events management, both in the corporate and art worlds. In recent months she has been campaigning against the mansion tax.
This table shows all the parliamentary constituencies where 35 or more students live during term time.