Campaigning for environmental and social justice in the London Borough of Brent and beyond. Against cuts and privatisation and for real democracy. Managed by Martin Francis of Brent Green Party but open to all who share these aims.

Saturday, 5 May 2012

Mayoral Election Results for Brent and Harrow


Candidate
Party
1st pref votes

2nd pref votes
Siobhan Benita
Independent
5,152

13,691
Carlos Cortiglia
BNP
1,405

3,367
Boris Johnson
Conservative
58,777

20,466
Jenny Jones
Green
4,370

19,835
Ken Livingstone
Labour
67,083

26,961
Brian Paddick
Liberal Democrats
5,810

23,554
Lawrence Webb
UKIP
2,231

8,915

1 comment:

  1. I just Hope that the 67,083
    26,961 of you that voted for Labour last Thursday don't end up regretting it.
    I suspect you will though.
    I didn't vote because I no longer Trust in politicians...the way politicians have misused their authority and the damaging effect that alone has had upon human society has proved to be a much needed wake up call for me.
    I mean for example politicians were accusing a businessman of willful blindness in that he knew something wrong was being done but alledgedly closed his eyes to it...but what about politicians?
    are they not also guilty of willful blindness?
    for example, if you were told that a certain substance is extremely harmful to human health and therefore should be banned, would you ban it or allow it to be sold and consumed by the public and even even after 100,000 people each year die as a result of consuming it the government still allow it to be produced sold and consumed, what does that say about the government?
    now lets say the greens got into power would they do the right thing and ban it?
    Well I would be very pleased and surprised if they did...but I doubt they ever would because it has because the norm to build up the coutry by breaking it down...and allowing a kind of systematic form of abuse to carry on...Yes people that is the shameful reality of democracy in britain...I don't remember voting for a government to allow systematic abuse to become the norm?
    What we need is good government not just for this country but for the entire world...and when that happens then we will see a how better things will be.
    I'm sorry cameron and Clegg but I see you both as fit to occupy one place only and that is a political trashcan big enough to fit you and all your colleagues and when it is full for it to be sealed so that you and your lot never again come out and make a mess of the place that is meant to be our home ever again.

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