A New Labour candidate for Beaconsfield is hoping to win voters in the Next General Election.
Lawyer Jeremy Miles is the Labour Party candidate for Beaconsfield and hoping to topple Conservative Dominic Grieve from his seat. The seat is probably best known for being the only time former Prime Minister Tony Blair lost a public vote in 1982 by-election but was convincing beaten.Mr Miles faces a hard task, since its creation in 1974 the seat never been out of the Conservative hands.
What Happen if elected?
He would represent areas in south bucks including Iver, Stoke Poges, farnham Royal and Burnham. John Hunters Chairman of Beaconsfield Constituency Labour Party said:"it Time for a change and Jeremy is a warm personality with the time and skills to help the constituents of Beaconsfield. He holds Labour values and follows theses principles in his working life. He is a strong supporter of the NHS and for strong public services to give everyone in Beaconsfield the life opportunities."Our Labour members represent all types; they are civil Service, consultants, doctors, nurses, publishers, profressors, teachers and wood turners. Jeremy want to protect their jobs from cuts that will follow should the Tories get back into office.