The Secretary General of Muslims for Britain; a Birmingham City Councillor; and a former Joint Chief of Staff to Theresa May will fight it out tomorrow.
Posts Tagged: Selections
The Leader of Westminster City Council won out over two of her council colleagues.
Apparently aware of the potential controversy, the Party Board has appointed Lord Hunt to supervise the ballot in East Staffordshire next week.
James to leave Parliament after finding her association don’t want her to continue as their candidate
Her letter to the Prime Minister emphasise that ‘we agreed on just about everything apart from Brexit…I trust in your One Nation outlook’.
Two very different Tory-held seats have an important choice to make.
Wandsworth councillor wins the nomination on the first round of voting to contest the seat presently held by Justine Greening.
Exclusive: Walker resigns from the Party Board, amid rising tensions over centralised candidate selection
The Vice-Chairman of the ’22 served on the Board for nine years, and recently oversaw the leadership contest, so his departure is a surprise.
The number of finalists appears to be the result of the local association pushing back against CCHQ’s attempts to influence the selection.
The South Ribble MP’s departure is a surprise – as is the fact that a shortlist to replace her has been agreed in secret before her news was announced.
We reveal the four candidates on tonight’s shortlist – and the unusual way in which the selection has been partially centralised.
John Bercow’s constituents aren’t alone in looking forward to the seat getting a normal MP once more.
Last night’s selection meeting to select a successor to Ken Clarke was hotly contested – I’m told that it went to three full rounds of voting.
The association will choose its successor to Ken Clarke from a field of four with nine past runs at Parliament between them.
Tom McLaren: Labour’s Ilford South selection dispute shows the danger of a “strong leader” model for councils
I have seen the lack of accountability in Redbridge. The system needs to change.
A chemical engineer, a jewellery entrepreneur and former Miss India finalist, and a nurse who fought Ebola in Sierra Leone.