Lib Dems & Brian Paddick
The Liberal Democrats are a social liberal political party in the United Kingdom which supports constitutional and electoral reform, progressive taxation, wealth taxation, environmentalism, human rights laws, cultural liberalism, banking reform and civil liberties. Brian Leonard Paddick (born 24 April 1958) is a British politician, and is the Liberal Democrat candidate for the London mayoral election, 2012. He was, until his retirement in May 2007, Deputy Assistant Commissioner in London's Metropolitan Police Service and the United Kingdom's most senior openly gay police officer./5
This is a great policy idea. Am sure it was the Lib Dems who thought of the idea? Brian Paddick suggested it first?
Susanna Rustin hoped to become a councillor on Westminister city council in 2009. Photograph: Frank Baron for the Guardian Three years ago I joined the Green party. Since then I have twice been a candidate in local council elections and next month I am on the ballot paper for the West Central seat on the London Assembly – the panel of 25 elected alongside the mayor whose job is to scrutinise him. The odds are stacked against me. Conservative incumbent Kit Malthouse – he of the advice to the Met to stop wasting time and money investigating News International – sits on a vast majority. But in this election, with its proportional London-wide list (that's the orange form: if you want to vote Green once, do it there) every vote counts, and Greens are not the only ones to believe we could oust the Lib Dems as London's third party (we already have two assembly members; they have three. We have Jenny Jones as mayoral candidate; they have Brian Paddick). After May, who knows? I have no plans to give up the d ...
Brian Paddick: Senior Lib Dems say it is time separate from Tories as resentment grows over Lords | Mail Online
Brian Paddick, left, has told Nick Clegg that the Liberal Democrats will have to distance themselves from the Tories in order to re-gain members and votes in the next General Election.
The Greens may get excited about beating the awful Brian Paddick in London but they have failed to capitalise on beating the Lib Dems before
Lib Dems came 2nd in Hackney Downs in 2010 local elections. In 2012 Brian Paddick got 3%
.Brian Paddick was a poor choice of candidate for the Lib Dems who struggled beyond the issue of crime
Murmurings of a peerage for fourth candidate in London mayoral elections for Lib Dems, Brian Paddick. Is that why he ran?
I like Brian Paddick - my advice to him is ditch the Lib Dems - reckon he could have beaten Jenny Jones as an independent
Best news out of was Brian Paddick being beaten in fourth spot what does that say Lib Dems
Don't forget to vote for Brian Paddick, Munira Wilson and the London Lib Dems today if you are in north Richmond vote for Jane Dodds.
although I'm impressed by both Jenny Jones & Brian Paddick. Paddick should be accelerated into Commons by Lib Dems
Watching a party election broadcast by the Lib Dems. Unfortunately Brian Paddick comes aross as a bit of a one trick pony...
Brian Paddick and the Lib Dems have the most ambitious house building plans for London, reports Inside Housing
A few weeks ago at the Uprise Mayoral “youth” hustings Brian Paddick made what seemed to be an off-hand remark. He claimed that a vote for the Liberal Democrats could keep the far right BNP out of the Assembly. There was so much nonsense being spoken that night that it [...]
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