From Paul Borg, Newham Contact-It sounds repetitive but it needs to be said again that after her re-election as MP for Barking & Dagenham, Margaret Hodge told the BNP to “get and stay out”.
Three years have passed and the Party is still very active in Barking leading the charge to show Labour that we have not gone away and the indigenous population that they still have a voice.
The past four weeks have seen local activists, lead by organiser Paul Sturdy, out on the streets of Barking for delivering party warm-up literature.
Leaflets such as Protecting Our Identity and Taking Our Country Back have been dropping on doormats in the run-up to the Longbridge ward by-election due to be contested on May 9th with the election address ready for delivery next week.
The Labour Party activists have been encountered on the streets on more than one occasion and with a courteous ‘Morning’ to one another we pass by as they stand and stare in disbelief that we are still in the area.
Local organiser Paul Study said “we wasted no time in getting on with our leafleting as soon as we heard that the sitting councillor had died.
The Labour Party just can’t believe that we are still active in the area but as long as our people are there then we will continue to give them a voice and we have a more than capable candidate in Giuseppe De Santis.
Our condolences go out to the family of the late Nirmal Singh.”
The election is due to be contested on May 9th and several leafleting and canvassing sessions are planned.
If you can spare some time please contact the organiser on: 07985-147324