Posts Tagged ‘Kings Heath’

Labour MP Lynne Jones backs Respect Hall Green candidate Salma Yaqoob

Lynne Jones MP endorses Salma Yaqoob for MP

Lynne Jones MP endorses Salma Yaqoob for MP

‘Retiring Labour MP Lynne Jones has dropped a bombshell on her party by backing a candidate from a rival party to replace her in the House of Commons.

Dr Jones is refusing to vote for Roger Godsiff, the Labour candidate in the Birmingham constituency where she lives.

Instead, she is supporting Salma Yaqoob, high-profile candidate for the Respect Party and a Sparkbrook councillor.

Her announcement is a blow to Labour’s hopes of holding on to the Hall Green constituency, where it was already facing a strong challenge from Respect…’ Continue reading at the Birmingham Post here.

Related articles:

Selly Oak MP Lynne Jones ‘not happy’ over candidateBBC News, 09.04.10

Selly Oak Labour MP won’t support colleague at general electionBirmingham Mail, 09.04.10

Respect’s Yaqoob is best choice claims Labour MPMorning Star, 09.04.10

JONES ENDORSES YAQOOB – WITHOUT ACTUALLY SAYING SOThe Stirrer, 08.04.10

LABOUR MP JONES TO BACK RIVAL PARTYThe Stirrer, 07.04.10

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Moseley & Kings Heath – Autumn Newsletter

The Unity Coalition

Respect: The Unity Coalition

You can download the Autumn 2008 Respect newsletter for Moseley and Kings Heath by clicking here.

Includes the latest forthcoming events and meetings.

Campaigning for Ray Gaston – Leafleting

Respect candidate Ray Gaston

Ray Gaston

Respect Birmingham Moseley & Kings Heath candidate Ray Gaston’s campaign team will be leafleting in Moseley tonight at 6pm.

If you can assist, meet with the team tonight (April 8th, 2008):

Time: 6pm
Location: 16 Oxford St, Moseley, Birmingham B13

Download: Birmingham Moseley & Kings Heath newsletter | April 2008

Download the new Respect newsletter for Birmingham Moseley & Kings Heath in pdf. format to find out more about candidate Ray Gaston’s local campaigns, achievements and election pledges:

>> Click here to download Moseley & Kings Heath newsletter (April 2008)