Conservative splits in Ealing Southall

Now that the lists of candidates are in and finalised in the Sedgefield and Ealing Southall by-elections, the extent of the Conservative splits in Ealing is clear. For one of the independent candidates is Gulbash Singh, a former Conservative member and – as recently as May 2006 – Conservative candidate in Ealing. In fact, he polled the highest number of votes of any Conservative council candidate in the Southall end of the constituency in 2006.

With all these troubles, it’s no wonder one of their activists has called for the Tories to run a campaign of lies.

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  • Random Tory 9th Jul '07 - 8:35pm

    He’s stepped aside now in favour of the Tony Lit – makes this post a bit redundant doesn’t it?

  • Has he stepped aside? When is the deadline to withdraw ones candidacy? I thought that had passed, in which case his name would still be on the ballot paper and it’ll be interesting to see how many (otherwise Tory) votes he draws.

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