Flick Rea is a fairly unique councillor, even it comes to Camden Council.
It was a case of the Liberal Democrats preaching to the converted, as they launched their elections manifesto at St James’ Church in West Hampstead last night.
In voter packs delivered on Saturday, Haringey Council told residents they should only vote for one candidate, instead of three.
Camden Conservative campaigners received a boost when they were visited by Theresa May’s husband earlier this week.
Leader Georgia Gould paid tribute to Camden’s Jewish community, and said Labour will stand up for people left “desperate” by austerity.
The local elections in 2014 presented a high water-mark for Camden Labour. Wards which had been Liberal Democrat strongholds years earlier were decimated.
Most teenagers go through an act of rebellion. Some grow their hair, get a tattoo or make friends their parents disapprove of.
Defence secretary Gavin Williamson has said the Conservative Party are “confident” ahead of the local elections, during a visit to Camden today.
The former Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael has urged Camden Liberal Democrats to leave nothing to chance in getting Flick Rea re-elected.
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