As with the Iraq War, the public is none too appreciative when it realises it has been misled, not least thanks to dodgy data.
Crowdsourcing our manifesto gave us control of the Council – and saw our parliamentary candidate returned successfully to Westminster with a thumping majority.
Plus: we profile the latest tranche of newly selected candidates.
The former Army officer won out against Alicia Kearns and Joe Robertson.
Alicia Kearns joins Joe Robertson and Bob Seely in the island contest.
That’s two of the original three out of the contest: Seely remains in it. The selection will take place later this week.
CCHQ has been taken to task elsewhere for imposing lists of candidates on seats with no connection to it. It certainly hasn’t done so in this case.
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