Harrow East ready for change!

Bob Blackman: sitting Tory MP for Harrow East.  Major concern: ‘could he be trusted’, because of:
bb10Divisive politics – he was elected to represent all his constituents on equal footing but being insecure in the marginal constituency and having calculated his votes, he takes sides in otherwise harmonious communities – his ploy has been rejected by the leaders of the community concerned.
Mirror reported that the MP was ordered to repay more than £1,000 in wrongly-claimed mileage.
The MP was questioned about employing his wife with no regards to equal opportunities.
All this, along with an ineffective Tory opposition group on the council, does not give a positive picture of Tory politics in Harrow.
Navin Shah: a community orientated local Labour candidate who is well committed to equal opportunities and has long track record of serving and representing all.
NS2He is third term re-elected London assembly member for Brent and Harrow – was first elected in 2008 beating Tory member Bob Blackman. He is previous Harrow councillor and the leader of the council.
Mr Shah’s particular interests are planning, regeneration, housing, environment and community cohesion.
Mr Shah, a campaigner for step-free access to local stations, welcomed the London Mayor announcement that Harrow-on-the-Hill station will be made step-free, after former mayor Boris Johnson halted the plans.
Adam Bernard: a Liberal Democrat campaigner for 20 years who was born and brought up in Edgware, and now lives in Harrow. He is a researcher at Queen Mary University of London.Adam_photo
He says that if elected, he will represent everyone living in Harrow East. He opposes government cuts that are threatening Harrow’s schools, hospitals, and social care.
“Above all I will always listen to the people of Harrow East and make every decision with their best interests at heart” he said.