Two Conservative councillors switch; new Norfolk candidate selected

Welcome to Canncok Councillors Keith and Diane Bennett, who have switched from the Conservatives to the Liberal Democrats, and congratulations to Dan Roper who has been selected as the Liberal Democrat candidate for Broadland. Nich Starling says of him:

I am so pleased that my local Lib Dem candidate is genuinely the sort of person I would be proud to go out and campaign for. I wish him luck and will do whatever I can to help him.

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  • Noel Wilson 19th Feb '10 - 5:08pm

    Can you please tell me your views on freemasonry especially in light of the rumours of the Commons Press Gallery having a lodge and of the Commons itself having a lodge.
    Many thanks, Noel.

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  • […] Tags: cannock chase council, Local government, mark green Following on from the switch of Keith and Diane Bennett from the Conservatives to the Liberal Democrats, a third Conservative councillor in Cannock Chase has now also joined the party: Councillor Mark […]

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