Video: Elaine Bagshaw’s pitch to be Mayor of Tower Hamlets: Decent social housing, opportunities for young people and ending corruption

In just two weeks’ time, voters in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets will choose a new mayor after the previous incumbent’s ignominious removal from office. 

Our candidate is Elaine Bagshaw, former chair of Liberal Youth and one of the leading lights of this year’s Team 2015.

She explains in just 45 seconds what her priorities would be if she were Mayor.

If you want to help her campaign, you can do so here.

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  • Samuel Griffiths 28th May '15 - 8:54pm

    I remember Elaine from Liberal Youth. She struck me as the sort of person who got stuff done. Best of luck to her.

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