Now updated at http://www.harringayonline.com/forum/topics/running-total-2
Selected so far (subject to LCF endorsement)
Please keep adding results and corrections.
- Mark Blake
- Lucia De Neves
- Peter Mitchell
Ann Waters stepped down
Charles Wright de-selected
- Kaushika Amin
- John Bevan
- Sheila Peacock
- Dhiren Basu
- Erdal Dogan
- Claire Kober
- Vincent Carroll
- Ruth Gordon
- Reg Rice
Lorna Reith deselected
You can reconcile it with this post over on OpinioN8 to get an idea of the success or not of the HDV going through in its current form post May. Time to play the equities markets with some public but not well understood information?
I think they may well end up with less than 20 and Councillor Kober will lose control of the council.
20 Koberites? Or 20 labour cllrs ? (we can only dream)
20 Koberites. The left of the Labour Party are being generously supported by the local libdems.
I think it is the other way around, John. It was the borough's Liberal Democrat members of the council who "called it in" at Scrutiny. Labour councillors - even those who claim they're against the HDV - sat on their hands.
Some, agree, are late converts to the cause but, there were some Labour Councillors who have been against this from the start.
I would welcome some breakdown or at least the general trend. With Kober and Peacock selected one feels a little pessimistic ...
Hopefully LP members will now see how important it is to get to BOTH meetings. The first one is the only chance to chuck out the incumbents (if only as far as the second meeting).
What I had not realised is that the candidates are not at the first meeting, not are any would-be Cllrs standing elsewhere. That takes a few key people out of every meeting, even if eg branch officers are standing in another ward. All there is to decide about is their written statements, then that crucial Yes/No to trigger them. No Q+A, no hustings, till the second, selection, meeting.
not are any would-be Cllrs standing elsewhere. This is wrong, only those involved in that ward are out of the room for shortlisting.