Patricia Napier is standing as the Conservative Party candidate in the Stoke Newington Central by-election, which takes place on 29th January. The by-election was called after Labour deputy mayor Jamie Carswell turned his back on his Hackney council post to take up a job in neighbouring Tower Hamlets.
Patricia is determined to give a voice to voters in Stoke Newington who have been let down by Labour. She said: “In 2001, shocked by the callous betrayal of New Labour, I joined the Conservative party. In Tower Hamlets where I lived, I attended planning meetings to oppose developments likely to impact adversely on residents, supported small businesses threatened with closure and advised victims of anti-social behaviour. Recently I assisted a family in need of re-housing and am currently representing tenants at a rent tribunal.”
Make sure Patricia can speak up for you. Vote Conservative on January 29th.
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