ITS TIME FOR A CHANGE
Tower Hamlets has a:
A Labour Executive Mayor
Two Labour Members of Parliament
A Labour London Assembly Member
Twenty three Labour Councillors
Fourteen Councillors belonging to other parties were elected as Labour Councillors in 2010 or 2014 but then defected
Two who were elected as Tower Hamlets First in 2014 and one elected as an indepedent in 2017
Only five Tower Hamlets Councillors are Conservative
If you want a change and democratic accountability you have to vote Conservative
If you vote for a Labour Mayor, you should vote for Conservative Councillors to hold the Mayor to account and to check they are doing a good job.
If you have heard of the work that Councillor Peter Golds or Councillor Andrew Wood have done then you know the kind of work Councillors can do. They are both standing again to be elected with a group of new hard working local residents. The more Conservative Councillors are elected, the more;
From left to right: Nick Stovold, our Parliamentary candidate in Bethnal Green & Bow, Sheun Oke, our Parliamentary candidate in Poplar & Limehouse and Nick VanDyke our GLA City and East candidate in the 2020 GLA elections.