From launching a full on character assassination against the sitting MP, Simon Kirby, I’ve continued getting ready for 2015 by driving wedges into Brighton’s Labour party, to campaigning for a new train station for Moulsecoomb, to introducing the legend of King Arthur back into British politics.
With the good fortune that Brighton Kemptown is the most marginalised constituency in the country, (Simon Kirby has a 3.8% majority) I have the best chance as an independent candidate to win the election, more than any other independent candidate in the country.
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Deep in the political heart-land of his rival, Simon Kirby MP for Brighton Kemptown, received an ugly reception at a public meeting at Moulsecoomb Leisure centre, on Friday 13th December, to discuss the changes to Lewes Road.
Matt Taylor, who is Simon Kirby’s main rival to become MP for Brighton Kemptown in 2015, has revealed his plans for a major redevelopment of Moulsecoomb.
Lucky for some and unlucky for others, Friday the 13th turned out to a very lucky night for the resident’s of Moulsecoomb and Bevendean.
Mohammed Asaduzzaman, a Brighton businessman and supporter of the Brighton & Hove Labour Party, has been urged to declare himself as an independent candidate and run in the 2015 Brighton Kemptown general election by Matt Taylor.
Who exactly is Nancy Platts? We know she’s the Labour candidate for Brighton Kemptown in the expected 2015 general election, and we know she once stood in the 2010 Brighton Pavilion election but lost against Caroline Lucas from the Green Party by a margin of 7.5%.
MAY I WISH EVERYONE THE BEST OF LUCK FOR 2014, AND HOPE YOU’LL FOLLOW MY PROGRESS THROUGH 2014, AND ULTIMATELY VOTE FOR ME ON INDEPENDENCE DAY 2015.