CANDIDATES IN ST PANCRAS AND SOMERS TOWN
Guide to all the candidates standing in the local elections 2006 in St Pancras and Somers Town, north London. -- LIB DEM Ann Finer is retired and lives in Grafton Road, Gospel Oak, barrister Charles Marquand , from Archway.
Guide to all the candidates standing in the local elections 2006 in St Pancras and Somers Town, north London.
Ann Finer is retired and lives in Grafton Road, Gospel Oak, barrister
Charles Marquand (pictured), from Archway.
Barbara Waddington, from Highgate West Hill.
- 1 Calls to make road in front of a Highgate school safer
- 2 Barnet leader pledges council tax rebate and an end to outsourcing
- 3 Positives for Arsenal despite missing top four
- 4 Parliament Hill flower shop comes to pupils' rescue
- 5 Camden teacher's cycle ride to find a cure for daughter's 'sleeping beauty' syndrome
- 6 Walking book club: Hampstead Heath, Death and The Penguin
- 7 The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee flypast: Where, and when, the planes will fly over north and east London
- 8 Major tube strike to follow Queen's Platinum Jubilee long weekend
- 9 Harry Hill's Tony Blair rock opera premieres at Park Theatre
- 10 Nazanin was 'forced' to sign false confession by Iran
Nurul Islam has lived and worked in Camden for more than 25 years. The chairman of the Bengali Workers' Association said: "I bring vast experience in community empowerment and working with community organisations."
Councillor Anna Stewart, 31, has represented the ward since 2002. She works part-time for the NHS and is a governor of St Mary and St Pancras primary school. She said: "I pledge to continue making St Pancras and Somers Town a safer place for all the community."
Councillor Roger Robinson has been a councillor for the ward since 1998. He said: "We need to continue the regeneration of the area and the refurbishment of estates."
Rohit Grover is a former solicitor turned legal journalist. He stood in Bloomsbury at the last election, losing by 100 votes.
Robert Ricketts is a solicitor living and working in Holborn.
Abdul Salam is the Tory's only Muslim candidate in Camden.
He said: "I am dedicated and passionate about good, open, value-for-money public services."
Matthew Hodgkinson-Barrett, from Willesden, Richard Eden from Leighton Road, Kentish Town, and Beatrix Campbell, from Murray Mews, Camden Town.