GRAHAM STUART (Conservative) is the re-elected Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness.
The long general election campaign period officially starts from today Friday 19th December 2014 – and today, lining up on the starting line to challenge the sitting MP for the Beverley & Holderness are two declared candidates…
Congratulations to Graham Stuart on his re-election as Member of Parliament for the Beverley and Holderness Constituency. The results of the poll are as follows: Graham Stuart – Conservative – 25,063 Craig Dobson – Liberal Democrats – 12,076 Ian Saunders – Labour Party – 11,224 Neil Whitelam – […]
THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA has stated that the General Election at a national level will be a close run affair. And it is far from clear whether any single party will win a majority of the 650 seats up for grabs on election day Thursday 6th May 2010. In […]
ELECTION 2010: THE GENERAL ELECTION Prospective Parliamentary Candidates have all being asked the following two questions by the Hedon Blog: 1. What are your views on the building of a waste burning incinerator at Saltend near Hedon? 2. If elected, then what will be the major changes you […]
ELECTION 2010: BEVERLEY MINSTER was the iconic location for our very own “leaders” debate last night (26th April). Some 400 members of the public turned up to see the main party candidates battle it out for the Beverley and Holderness seat in Parliament. The hustings event was organised […]
Election 2010: More musings from the candidates (click their names for full statements):
ELECTION 2010: The election campaign has really started now. The candidates are beginning to outline their policies. Craig Dobson from the Liberal Democrats, Graham Stuart, Conservative, Bill Rigby, Green and Ian Saunders, Labour give their views on key issues below (from news releases and websites):
ELECTION 2010: Snippets 19th April. Most political commentators seem to think that Nick Clegg was the ‘winner’ of the first ever TV election debate for the Party Leaders on 15th April. But what do our local candidates think?