PPC update

Update to PPC list to follow, but in brief the following PPCs have been selected:

  • Folkestone & Hythe: Toby Philpott
  • Southport: John Pugh MP re-selected
  • Aberdeen South: Vicki Harris
  • Worthing West: Hazel Thorpe
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