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.

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LIB DEM

Ann Finer is retired and lives in Grafton Road, Gospel Oak, barrister


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Charles Marquand (pictured), from Archway.

Barbara Waddington, from Highgate West Hill.

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LABOUR

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."

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CONSERVATIVE

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."

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GREEN

Matthew Hodgkinson-Barrett, from Willesden, Richard Eden from Leighton Road, Kentish Town, and Beatrix Campbell, from Murray Mews, Camden Town.

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