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Last Sunday, TV presenter, journalist and novelist Owen Jones and I led a #UnseatIDS campaign day, with hundreds of supporters from all over the country from Manchester to Brighton visiting. We had special guests also join us, including Clare Coghill (leader of Waltham Forest Council), MPs Stella Creasy and Wes Streeting, and World Snookering legend Ronnie O’Sullivan. 

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All over the constituency, we spoke to residents about our vision of positive, local change in the area and asking them what local issues mattered to them. It was a great day and just the beginning of how powerful our locally-led campaign machine can be. I’m excited to be part of future events like this, and will keep you updated.

The campaigns will continue in preparation for the local election and the next general election. You can sign up to regular updates here at www.bilalmahmood.co.uk or https://www.facebook.com/cwglabour.

 

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UnseatIDS campaign day

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Last Thursday, the Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn visited Chingford Green for a rally and canvass session. His presence showed the whole community that the Labour Party will be dedicating energy and resources at the next election, whenever that may be. I had the chance to discuss the election result, the local constituency and the passion of local members and supporters as we canvassed areas of Highams Park. 

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Hundreds of local supporters attended a positive and friendly rally in the heart of Chingford Green. Jeremy came to tell residents and members that because of their efforts, Labour can win in Chingford and Woodford Green in the next election. Between now and then, it's vital we continue to campaign on local issues and show voters a positive, viable alternative to decades of Tory representation. You can keep up to date by signing up at www.bilalmahmood.co.uk.

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Jeremy Visits Chingford

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