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Bonkers Blog April 2017

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29 April (Part 2) - Teresa Pearce first off the starting block. Tory heads still on one

The first election blood in this neck of the woods goes to Labour’s Teresa Pearce. I was out when her card arrived; too many sick friends unfortunately. Whipps Cross on Thursday, Queen Elizabeth Hospital today.
One reason Teresa has a head start is that as far as I know, no other party has chosen a candidate. The Tories are still playing silly buggers with Anna Firth. Should she or should she not be struck off their list because of her enthusiasm for Brexit? Anna must be an ideal candidate for a Brexit voting area but the Erith & Thamesmead Conservatives are still squabbling with Central Office. Or rather vice-versa! They deserve to be rejected again.

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