CANDIDATES IN CANTELOWES

Guide to all the candidates standing in the local elections 2006 in Cantelowes, north London. -- LABOUR John Doolan, 33, is married with an 18-month-old daughter. He said: I am very involved in the local community in particular as governor of St Mary a

Guide to all the candidates standing in the local elections 2006 in Cantelowes, north London.

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LABOUR

John Doolan, 33, is married with an 18-month-old daughter. He said: "I am very involved in the local community in particular as governor of St Mary and St Pancras school."


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Councillor Dermot Greene is a winter swimmer in Highgate ponds and married with two children. He is GMB Branch Secretary at the London Fire Brigade. He said: "My aim is to bring further safety improvements."

Hilary Lowe is a long-standing school governor at Torriano infants.

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LIB DEM

Paul Braithwaite, from Bartholomew Villas, Kentish Town, works in advertising. He said: "Labour is smug, insensitive to its citizens and self-serving. I am campaigning to kick Labour out."

Fred Carver, 21, from Pratt Street, Camden Town, is currently unemployed after working as a political researcher. He said: "I am standing because the estates get ignored and taken for granted by Labour. I want to represent everyone."

Ben Rawlings, 24, of Camden Park Road, said: "New facilities for young people are vital."

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GREEN

Rachel Zatz, of Maiden Lane is a political campaigner. She said: "I believe that affordable and secure housing is a right."

Elizabeth Wilson, of Camden Square, is a former university lecturer and novelist.

Fran Bury, 23, of Lawford Road is a masters student. She said: "I was drawn to the Green Party initially because of its strong environmental stance but was pleased to discover the wider range of issues with which the party is concerned."

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CONSERVATIVE

Judith Barnes is a former Belsize councillor and was leader of the Tory opposition at the council until 1998.

The other two candidates are Richard Dollimore and Carole Ricketts.

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