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This morning it was off to south west London to join campaigners from around and outside London for some campaigning to follow up the Feltham & Heston by-election. Roger Crouch and his team did a great job holding on to third place and the deposit in the by-election. Now the election is over, the area […]
The Conservatives neither had a post-summit slump or surge. Labour had neither such a large nor such a slim margin of victory as to help or hinder Ed Miliband. UKIP didn’t move up into third. The Liberal Democrats didn’t lose their deposit or do a Barnsley-style sixth. And the public? Overwhelmingly they didn’t vote. In […]
Labour’s record at closing libraries in London is in the spotlight in the Feltham and Heston Parliamentary by-election, judging by the latest full colour A3 leaflet from the Liberal Democrat candidate Roger Crouch: Roger Crouch’s leaflet sensibly follows up on his campaign’s earlier newspaper advertising. No mention of the admission from a Conservative MP that […]
I headed over this morning to help Roger Crouch’s Parliamentary by-election campaign in Feltham & Heston, all of which went fairly smoothly (at least once I remembered to open my eyes) and it was good to see high quality literature that tied in well with other campaign activity, such as the local newspaper adverts for [...]
The local papers are running today the first campaign advert from Feltham & Heston by-election candidate Roger Crouch: Via @RogerCrouch1 / Twitpic Details on how to help Roger Crouch’s by-election campaign are here and you can also follow Roger Crouch on Twitter or Facebook.