Due to the tragic incident in Manchester and immediate suspension of all electioneering, our hustings was cancelled. Alas we’ve been unable to organise another one.
There were security measures taken at the O2 carpark.
- Once campaigning restarted, the party stalls were out on West End Lane over the weekend; Labour, Lib Dems … the teachers (NUT) and the Conservatives (can report that although their performance in the polls has been a bit wobbly recently, their table is now strong and stable).
- The Greens didn’t have a stall, but we’ve spoken to their candidate, John Mansook.
- (Coming up next week, H&K 2017: The Tulip Siddiq Interview).
- Glenda is not a fan of Jeremy Corbyn, but she is of Tulip.
- Europhile Andrew Marshall, former Conservative, now independent councillor, cast his postal vote for ….
- No surprise who Cllr Phil Rosenberg (Lab) is voting for (unless he’s a shy Tory, which we doubt!)
- Claire-Louise Leyland was out canvassing at … Bobby FitzPatrick’s?
- Local actors made their political endorsements.
- UKIP confirmed that they aren’t running a candidate in H&K to avoid damaging the Brexit cause.
- And get your voting practice in with this; the Kitchen Table needs YOUR vote.
A West Hampstead mum needs to raise £50,000 for operation and physiotherapy for her son Troy. She’s over half way there!
There is a new memorial plaque on West End Lane, for Dave Simcock.
Oh no! The leaks have started again…
The Victorian Society took a stroll round West Hampstead.
Police officers were commended for their bravery.
Tweet of the week
— Mill Lane Barbers (@prodprodromou) May 22, 2017