In case you hadn’t noticed, there’s a heck of a lot of politics going on in GB plc right now! And to cover all exits, Westminster’s political parties are now gearing up for the EU elections in May. That’s the month of May, not the PM.
What’s that? You thought the UK was leaving the EU on 29 March? Well, these days you never can tell what’s going to happen next!
So, we’ve added an EU election page for the moment and await the multiple political gyrations, which will be taking place as we tick-tock our way to March 29. Or will that become June 29? Or December 29? Or even March 29 2021? Place your bets now!
Meanwhile, a mile further along the Thames, at London’s City Hall, on May 7, 2020, the GLA elections for the Mayor of London and London Assembly Members will take place.
There are three different ‘contests’ that make up GLA elections:
- the Mayor of London
- the 14 Members of the London Assembly who represent London’s 14 Constituencies
- the 11 Assembly Members who represent the whole of London (London-wide Members)
I have been co-proposed and am putting myself forward for selection as a Green Party constituency candidate for Barnet and Camden
- London is one of the greatest cities on the planet
- London needs to be run for Londoners, those who live here and those, who love visiting
- London must work in the interest of ALL its citizens, not just those with too much money
- London needs cleaning up, the air we breathe and the streets we travel along
- London is Cosmopolitan, and needs to stay that way to be, well, London!
Right now, London is not working. But there is an alternative.
Let’s make our great city work
- for our environment
- for our community
- for our economy
So let’s go on this journey together and share our great ideas and argue the toss over those ideas that are not so great.
Together, let’s find a solution!