Tag Archives: Liberal Democrats

Tories sigh with relief as Stewart exits London Mayor campaign

Rory Stewart, the former Tory leadership candidate who was expelled from the Conservatives at Westminster because of his implacable opposition to Boris Johnson’s stance on Brexit, has withdrawn from the London Mayoral campaign. What do you mean, you didn’t know … Continue reading

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Residents declare estate ‘no-go zone’ for Sutton’s LibDems

A entire modern housing development in Wallington has gone into self-isolation, not against the threat of coronavirus, but from Sutton’s Liberal Democrat politicians. In a statement issued by the New Mill Quarter Residents’ Association, they say that LibDem Wandle Valley … Continue reading

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Concrete-coated Brexit is a disaster for Croydon’s Westfield

CROYDON COMMENTARY: Britain’s exit from Europe has played a major part in the collapse of the town’s Westfield scheme, says SIMON SPRAGUE During the General Election campaign in December, I made the perhaps unwise decision to join Twitter. I set … Continue reading

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The highs and lows of being a first-time election candidate

A year ago, SIMON SPRAGUE, right, says he had no involvement in politics. Earlier this month, he was the rookie candidate in a hotly contested marginal seat in the General Election. Here’s some of the things that he learned on … Continue reading

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What the election means for Croydon, Westfield and St Helier

After a long and sleepless night, our political editor WALTER CONXITE sifts through the wreckage of the General Election, and what it might mean for Croydon, and Sutton The fourth General Election since 2010 is significant because it is the … Continue reading

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#GE2019 LIVE: Rolling results coverage through the night

Bookmark this page and keep returning and refreshing the page for Inside Croydon’s unmatched live coverage across half a dozen local constituencies, with updates on events nationally throughout the night. In Croydon, the first results are not expected until around … Continue reading

Posted in 2019 General Election, Anna Jones, Chris Philp MP, Croydon Central, Croydon Council, Croydon North, Croydon South, Donald Ekekhomen, Jo Negrini, Kathleen Garner, Mario Creatura, Olga Fitzroy, Sarah Jones MP, Simon Sprague, Steve Reed MP | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 8 Comments

FitzRoy closes gap on Philp and calls for Remainer support

Our political editor, WALTER CRONXITE, on surprising developments in the south of the borough where tactical voting could come into play Labour’s candidate in Croydon South, long regarded as a true-blue Conservative constituency, this morning issued a plea to Liberal … Continue reading

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