Monthly Archives: April 2011

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Hustings coverage

The Evening Post has a report on the Broxtowe local elections hustings which took place last Thursday in the Rylands. Plenty of lively debate on local issues including the cuts, tram, car parking, Square redevelopment and the local economy. See: … Continue reading

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Local election hustings

There is a local elections hustings taking place tomorrow evening (14th) at the New Venture Social club in Beeston Rylands. This has been organised by the Nottingham Evening Post and will include representatives from all four main political parties. Paul … Continue reading

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Green stall in Beeston

There will be another local elections stall in Beeston on Saturday 16th at 10.30am. Members of the Party will be handing out elections leaflets and generally chatting to the public at the Ten Bell statue, just by Sainsbury. We’ll be … Continue reading

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Candidates for local elections

The following candidates have been formally nominated for this May’s elections to Broxtowe Borough Council: Beeston West – Paul Anderson and Gordon Stoner Beeston North – Sylvia Rule Beeston Central – Mary Venning Brinsley – Beth Hewis Chilwell West – … Continue reading

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Broxtowe would be even more marginal under AV

New research by the New Economics Foundation shows that Broxtowe would become an even more marginal seat under the Alternative Vote (AV) system. This means voters in Broxtowe would effectively have more ‘power’ because  the final decision is so close … Continue reading

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Stall in Beeston

Members of Broxtowe Green Party held a successful stall in Beeston on Saturday to mark the launch of the 2011 local election campaign. Local voters stopped by to discuss the Party’s opposition to public sector cuts, NHS changes and the … Continue reading

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