Conservative politician Grant Shapps is a man of many guises. Not all under his own name. But for a while in the earlier part of this century… … Read the full post »
Read about the Ealing Southall Parliamentary by-election held on 19 July 2007.
The Conservative candidate Tony Lit controversially stood as “David Cameron’s Conservatives” but failed to win the seat.
The contest was won for Labour by Virendra Sharma,
There are two political parties, let’s call them A and B. Both of them distribute magazines in a by-election promoting their candidate. … Read the full post »
Back last year when we had two Parliamentary by-elections going on at the same time, in Ealing Southall and Sedgefield, there was a concerted online campaign by Conservatives… … Read the full post »
Based on the amount of traffic they’ve passed on to www.libdems.org.uk in 2007, the top five local Liberal Democrat sites were… … Read the full post »
Right, let’s keep this brief. The Welwyn & Hatfield Times (his local newspaper) reports of Grant Shapps MP… … Read the full post »
Much of the blame for the Conservative defeat in the Ealing Southall by-election has been apportioned to campaign director Grant Shapps, the shadow housing minister, who was promptly stripped of his role running by-elections. … Read the full post »
So, another day, another pair of Parliamentary by-elections over, and – courtesy of Ealing Southall in particular – an extra large supply of campaign anecdotes to add to my store. But what does it all mean? … Read the full post »
Desperate times for Ealing Southall Conservatives trying to spin the Parliamentary by-election result. … Read the full post »
As Nich Starling has pointed out, last night Conservative MP Grant Shapps said on TV something that just isn’t true. … Read the full post »
Number of illegally flyposted Labour posters spotted during the one delivery round: 19. … Read the full post »