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Friday, April 08, 2016




Political Fletton Quays. Unlikely bedfellows but involves two offshore tax havens for the rich.
The Isle of Man and Luxembourg.

We won't immediately spoil the fun of going through the lists, just click on the link above, the bar isn't set very high, but some who said publicly they would not be standing again, do amazingly appear on the list of candidates. Even incudes an 'old lag' or two..

Unlike previous local elections we will not be featuring individual candidates on here, simply as on the top left hand corner of this blogsite is a powerful search engine box devoted to five years or so of this blog, just enter the name of the candidate or party (or a favourite vegetable or phrase such as Turnip, Dear Leader, robotic voting or even White Handbag) to pull up a selection of previous posts. 

Cllr Spanker featured for a while, wonder whatever happened to him? Out of the 200 or so hopefuls, just bear in mind past performance is no guarantee of what lies ahead.  They might even improve!

Prime Minister: 'Better Life for themselves and their children..'

The next few years will be traumatic, we fear for young families just starting out, and the many regions putting substantial political effort into their offer (Glasgow and Cambridge springs to mind).  They seem to attract the most public and private investment and have few vacant properties.  We seem to get Sheds and more Sheds!  Bridge Street is still a mess....
We really need some hardworking, hands on influential councillors, not ones who are just taking the allowances, topping up pensions, One past member (now mercifully retired) admitted all her council allowances went on funding back-to-back cruises. Others spent chamber time filling in Christmas Cards during a major core meeting  (its on video). They also need to attend meetings, and physically hold regular councillor surgeries.   

We are however stuck with Fletton Quays voted through by outgoing councillors a few weeks ago, but is it right that Peterborough City Council is in partnership with tax avoiding offshore tax haven countries (Isle of Man and Luxembourg)?  Borrowed public funding by the City Council will be passing through those offshore tax havens. ....  

Remember the Wards have been redrawn and some names changed, for example: Cardea is lumped in with Stanground South and Stanground East as a Ward, has vanished off the map.

Some of these seats will be won by just a few votes, single figures even.  So if you think your vote doesn't matter, by not voting, ...YOU ARE SO WRONG. Your Ward may be lumbered with someone wholly unsuitable for the next five years, when your vote may have just swung the poll, in a totally different direction.... USE YOUR VOTE!

Postal votes will be out very soon, click on the link here for a form, and we understand 'the harvesting of postal votes' is going to be closely examined. Simply, do not allow anyone (including candidates) to fill in and sign your postal form for you. 

Going through the lists, there are even a couple of names, that might be better suited for inclusion on the 'Panama Papers' as the whole Fletton Quays 'omnishambles', and the Peterborough Investment Partnership or PIP now turns out to be a multiplicity of 'offshore financial instruments' based in the Isle of Man and Luxembourg....

We face the prospect of British taxpayer funded public money being fed though the Isle of Man and Luxembourg tax havens, before a single brick is laid.... How on earth did this ever get through? No doubt a prime question for the doorstep....

 Best of luck to all.  Hardhats all round!  

The following guidance documents are available from the Electoral Commission website:
Electoral fraud is an illegal interference with the process of an election.

Acts of fraud tend to involve affecting vote counts to bring about a desired election outcome, whether by increasing the vote share of the favoured candidate, depressing the vote share of the rival candidates, or both.

There are many different types of electoral fraud including:
  • vote buying
  • intimidation
  • ballot stuffing
  • misrecording of votes
  • misuse of postal or proxy votes
  • destruction or invalidation of ballot papers.

Election fraud hotline

If you are suspicious or worried about anything to do with voting and elections. Report it to the PCC Election fraud hotline on 01733 452277 or to Police 101. If you believe an offence is taking place immediately call 999.

Protect your vote

There are simple steps you can take in order to prevent yourself falling prey to electoral fraud:
  • keep polling cards and postal ballots safe at home, not allowing others to handle them at any time
  • if you arrive at the polling station and someone has voted in your name, notify the Presiding Officer who will provide you with a tendered ballot allowing you to vote
  • when filling in postal ballots, do so alone.
  • Do not allow anyone else to see you choice or cast it on your behalf
  • Put postal ballots into the envelope and seal it yourself
  • Under no circumstances give your postal ballot to anyone else before the envelope is sealed
  • if anyone tries to help you against your will or force you to give them your postal vote, contact the police on 999

& formally declared candidates
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Peter Heinrich, Labour
David Over, Conservative

Jay Beecher, UKIP
Anthony Church, Liberal Democrat
Angus Ellis, Labour
Wendy Hirst, Green
Marcus Horrell, Conservative
Stuart Martin, Labour
Jason Merrill, Conservative
Ann Sylvester, Labour
Scott Warren, Conservative

Ishfaq Hussain, Conservative
Mahboob Hussain, Labour
Muhammad Ikram, Conservative
Amjad Iqbal, Labour
Mohammed Jamil, Labour
Jeff Lipscomb, UKIP
Stewart Poole, Conservative
Col Tingle, Green

Toby Abbs, Conservative
Chris Ash, Liberal Party
Carolyn English, Green
Harry Gartside, Conservative
Georgia Hughes, Conservative
Jibran Khan, Labour
Shaz Nawaz, Labour
Peter O’Dell, UKIP
Haggai Odep, Labour
Bella Saltmarsh, Liberal Party
Keith Sharp, Liberal Party

Azher Iqbal, Consevative
Jo Johnson, Labour
Graham McMillan, UKIP
Bernadetta Omondi, Labour
Massimo Pinto, UKIP
Rossana Pinto, UKIP
Sandra Ringler, Liberal Party
Nabil Shabbir, Labour
Shah Lal, Conservative
Marcus Sims, Conservative

Eye, Thorney & Newborough
Michael Alexander, Green
Steve Allen, Conservative
Richard Brown, Conservative
Carl Harper, Labour
David Harrington, Independent
Mary Herdman, UKIP
Scott Johnson, Labour
Layton Mills, UKIP
David Sanders, Conservative
Mohammed Yasin, Labour

Fletton & Stanground
Alan Clark, Labour
Emily Fisher, Conservative
James Lillis, Liberal Democrat
Oz Osaman, Conservative
Andy Monk, UKIP
Fiona Radic, Green
Peter Slinger, Independent
Margaret Thulbourn, Labour
Nicholas Thulbourn, Labour
John Whitby, UKIP
Janet Wilkinson, Conservative

Fletton & Woodston
Andy Coles, Conservative
Alan Dowson, Labour
Pedro Faustino, Conservative
Richard Horton, Green
Jon Lloyd, Trade Unionist & Soc.Coalition
Dusan Obradovic, Independent
Lucia Serluca, Conservative
John Thulbourn, Labour
Les Wheeler, Independent
Jonathan Wilde, Labour

Glinton & Castor
Claire Bysshe, Liberal Democrat
Gregor Guthrie, Green
Peter Hiller, Conservative
David Hodgson, Labour
John Holdich, Conservative
Anthea Sully, Labour

Chris Bacon, UKIP
Andrew Bond, Liberal Democrat Focus Team
Marc Boylan-Taylor, UKIP
Julia Davidson, Liberal Democrat Focus Team
Darren Fower, Liberal Democrat Focus Team
Roz Jones, Labour
Philip Meeds, UKIP
Frank Murphy, Conservative
Joanne Palmer, Labour
Hayley Shelton, Conservative
Bryan Tyler, Conservative
George Welch, Labour

Hampton Vale
Alex Bailey, Green Party
Marco Cereste, Conservative
Ewan Cox, Labour
Dave King, Conservative
Teresa Linskey, UKIP
Lynne O’Brien, Labour
Jon Phillipson-Brown, Green Party
David Seaton, Conservative
Nick Senior, Green Party
Robert Walker, Labour

Hargate & Hempsted:
Matthew Bliszczak, UKIP
George Cox, Labour
Howard Fuller, Conservative
Daniel Gibbs, Liberal Democrat Focus Team
Janet Goodwin, Conservative
Ronald Graves, Labour
Christian Hogg, Liberal Democrat Focus Team
John Linskey, UKIP
Jad Mustafa, UKIP
Irene Walsh, Conservative
Catherine Weaver, Labour
Chris Wiggin, Liberal Democrat Focus Team

Ansar Ali, Labour
Claire Barks, UKIP
Shazia Bashir, Conservative
Nazim Khan, Labour
Mohammed Nadeem, Conservative
Gafoor Rehman, Conservative
Mohammed Sabir, Labour
Phillip Whitley, Liberal Democrat
Steve Wilson, Green

Orton Longueville:
Alex Airey, Green
Andy Barham, UKIP
June Bull, Conservative
Vincent Carroll, Liberal Democrat
Graham Casey, Conservative
Dennis Jones, Labour
Nigel North, Conservative
John Okonkowski, UKIP
Evelina Sid, Labour
Chris York, Labour

Orton Waterville:
Kim Aitken, Conservative
Gavin Elsey, Conservative
Julie Howell, Green
Iain McLaughlan, UKIP
Rachel Speed, Liberal Democrat
June Stokes, Conservative
David Weaver, Labour
Christopher Whitworth, Labour
Kim Whitworth, Labour

Richard Ferris, Labour
Arfan Khan, Conservative
John Peach, Conservative
Beki Sellick, Liberal Democrat
Ali Shan, Green
John Shearman, Labour
Graham Whitehead, UKIP
Sabra Yasin, Labour
Mohammad Yousaf, Conservative

Paston & Walton:
Simon Barkham, Liberal Democrat Focus Team
David Day, Conservative
Christian Defeo, Labour
George Konstantinidis, UKIP
Elizabeth Law, Conservative
Paul McGregor, Conservative
Terry Palmer, UKIP
Nick Sandford, Liberal Democrat Focus Team
Asif Shaheed, Liberal Democrat Focus Team
Bonita Yonga, Labour
Jonas Yonga, Labour

Roger Hughes, UKIP
Sue Johnson, Labour & Co-operative
Matthew Mahabadi, Labour & Co-operative
Edward Murphy, Labour & Co-operative Party
Gul Nawaz, Conservative
Mohammed Rangzeb, Conservative
Samantha Smith, Conservative

Stanground South:
Ray Bisby, Conservative
Carole Griffiths, Labour
Christopher J. Harper, Conservative
Christoper Mercieca, UKIP
Lisa Mercieca, UKIP
Tony Otley, Labour
Brian Rush, Conservative
Peter Ward, Labour

Cherry Beeby, Green Party
Sue Day, Conservative
John Fox, Werrington First Independents
Judy Fox, Werrington First Independents
Steve Fox, UKIP
Chris Jones, Labour
Steve Lane, Werrington First Independents
Vince Moon, Labour
Darren Morley, Conservative
Roger Proudfoot, Green Party
Aaron Speechley, Labour
Paula Thacker, Conservative
Joseph Wells, Green Party

Lynne Ayres, Conservative
Wayne Fitzgerald, Conservative
Alan Gasparutti, Labour
Debbie Goldsmith, Green
John Myles, UKIP
Roger Spicer, UKIP
Drury Thompson, Labour

Mahebub Ladha, Labour
Diane Lamb, Conservative

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