Thursday, 29 April 2010

Eltham election hustings - Report from 28 April

A report of last night's Eltham hustings, at the United Reform Church, has appeared at the Bexley Times:
"ROARS of laughter and the odd snore were just some of the features of the last hustings in a marginal Labour seat.

The United Reform Church in Court Road, Eltham, was packed last night (April 28) as the congregation and residents turned out in force to see what the Eltham parliamentary candidates had to say for themselves.

The English Democrat and British National Party candidates were the only hopefuls out of the eight standing, not to attend the fourth hustings for the Eltham constituency, which Labour won last time with a margin of just 3,276 votes.
As each of candidates for the main three parties trotted out their familiar party messages, it was independent candidate Andrew Graham and UK Independence Party hopeful Ray Adams, who had the audience in stitches......" Read more
Hmmm. Interesting, and quick, but a little more detail and assessment would be nice. Be great if any of you who attended would share your views on it here?

My previous election posts:

Who are the UK's Asian women election candiates?
Eltham candidates: General Election 2010
Eltham election hustings?
General Election 2010: South-East London constituencies
Eltham North candidates announced - Will Eltham turn blue?
What would you ask Nick Griffin?
South-East London MPs to stand down

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