Berwick election candidates

Berwick constituency, vacant following the retirement of Sir Alan Beith (Lib Dem).

►Nigel Revell Coghill-Marshall (Ukip)

►Scott Dickinson (Labour)

►Neil Humphrey (English Democrats)

►Julie Pörksen (Liberal Democrats)

►Rachael Roberts (Green Party)

►Anne-Marie Trevelyan (Conservative)

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One comment

  1. Chris

    Vote Labour here, as Labour will be reduced from the around 250 MPs it got in 2010,
    down to around 190 MPs in 2015.

    Reduces 1 Lib Dem further from UK government.

    Labour is needed to be a filler for a group of parties to form the 326 MP minimum to form a UK parliament.

    Otherwise the Tories will remain in power in a caretaker government, even if lose MPs, for another 5 years.

    The Greens did not have a couple of policies that would have saved the suicidal and early deaths from starvation of austerity, but ran away from those policies after Ms Lucas had an interview on BBC Four.
    The Greens could not stand up to my poor audit of their policy website, for the lost grey vote.

    SNP in Scotland will wipe out 40 Scottish Labour seats, as SNP are paying the poor’s council tax support and Bedroom Tax which will be saving Scottish lives from suicide and early death.

    But SNP win also reduces 11 Lib Dem MPs and 1 Tory from the UK parliament down in London.

    Plaid Cymru winning all 40 seats in Wales, reduces around 8 Tories nd 3 Lib Dems from UK government.

    The around 20 Labour seats that Plaid Cymru might win, is not lost because Plaid Cymru, like SNP, have said they would form a coalition with Labour, called support and confidence (the strongest kind – not like the unsuccessful type like the Lib Dems got into).

    ELSEWHERE VOTE DIFFERENT IN TORY AND LIB DEM MP VOTING AREAS ENGLAND

    WHO ARE THE PARTIES OF THE POOR OF THE LEFT
    THAT THE 75 PER CENT POOR VOTE CAN BRING TO POWER
    AND DRASTICALLY CUT
    TORY AND LIB DEM MP numbrs

    http://www.anastasia-england.me.uk

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