Your council candidates

25 Apr
 
Across Newham there are 208 candidates standing for the 60 seats on the council. Broken down by party there are:
  • Labour: 60
  • Conservative: 60
  • Christian Peoples Alliance: 55
  • Liberal Democrats: 11
  • Trade Unionist & Socialist Coalition: 8
  • UKIP: 7
  • Independent: 3
  • Green Party: 2
  • Communist Party: 1
  • Communities United Party: 1

The candidates for the two Forest Gate wards are:

Forest Gate North

  • Seyi Akiwowo – Labour Party Candidate
  • Alan Charles Cooper – Green Party 
  • Lynn Denise Donaldson – Christian Peoples Alliance 
  • Christina Doyle – Christian Peoples Alliance 
  • Shaeb Khan – Conservative Party Candidate 
  • Dawn Lennon – Conservative Party Candidate 
  • Jane Alison Lithgow – Green Party 
  • Brian Maze – Conservative Party Candidate 
  • Christian Moon – Liberal Democrats 
  • Ellie Robinson – Labour Party Candidate 
  • Bob Severn – Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 
  • Rachel Tripp – Labour Party Candidate

Forest Gate South

  • Mahboob Rizu Ahmed – Conservative Party Candidate 
  • Asif Choudhury – Conservative Party Candidate 
  • William James Francis Heron – Liberal Democrats 
  • Niall Mulholland – Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 
  • Dieutane Jean Parson – Christian Peoples Alliance 
  • Masihullah Patel – Labour Party Candidate 
  • Tim Roll-Pickering – Conservative Party Candidate 
  • Winston Vaughan – Labour Party Candidate 
  • Ionel Vrancianu – Independent 
  • Dianne Walls – Labour Party Candidate 
  • Malcolm Williamson – Christian Peoples Alliance
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