Henley by-election: HQ opens Friday

We previously blogged Nick Clegg’s message asking people to help in Crewe (polling day a fortnight today). Now here’s a message about Henley, which is also gearing up for a by-election campaign, on the assumption that Boris Johnson keeps to his promise to quit as an MP:

As the film says, the Henley Campaign HQ will open at 9am on Friday 9th May: 0845 680 1131, [email protected] There is much more information including maps, train information, directions by road, sat nav details and more at www.henleylibdems.org.uk/henleyhq/

UPDATE: A furious internal row has blown up amongst the Conservatives over the selection of their candidate, with David Cameron having to personally meet the local party to try to get them to change their plans. You can read more about the Conservative Henley splits here.

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