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2017 General Election

Local Party hosts ‘Coffee with Candidate’ Afternoon

Sam Hale

The local Labour Party are hosting a ‘Coffee with the Candidate’ afternoon this Saturday (27th May)  to provide the opportunity for local residents to question their candidate in the upcoming General Election, Sam Hale. Sam, the Labour & Co-operative Party candidate for Stone, said: “Given the timescales of this snap election, it’s looking unlikely that a public hustings will be ...

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General Election 2017 – The Stone Candidates

Stone Constituency

The General Election The United Kingdom general election of 2017 is scheduled to take place on 8 June 2017. Each of the 650 parliamentary constituencies will elect one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons, the lower house of Parliament, Stone is currently held by Sir Bill Cash of The Conservative Party. The Stone constituency covers the area ...

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General Election – Candidate Questions…

Questions

In 2015 we asked the prospective candidates for their election pitches and to answer some pre-set questions.  You can see what we asked last time by clicking this link but we’re interested to get a broader range of questions from our readers. Please use the form below to submit your question, don’t worry we won’t use your name when asking ...

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Sam Hale selected as Labour Candidate for Stone

Sam Hale

Today we’ve had the first announcement of candidates for the forthcoming General Election (not to be confused with tomorrows County Council Election). Once again Stone Labour Party have selected Sam Hale as their Stone parliamentary candidate.   Commenting on his selection, Sam Hale said: “I’m delighted to be given this opportunity again to represent my home constituency and the community ...

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