New Lib Dem candidate announced for Nottingham East

 New Lib Dem candidate announced for Nottingham East
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The Lib Dem candidate for a hotly contested seat has been announced.

Robert Swift has been named as their candidate who will contest the Nottingham East seat at the upcoming general election, on December 12.

The people of Mapperley will be amongst those voting for their favourite candidate in Nottingham East. Chris Leslie is the current MP.

PICTURED: New Lib Dem candidate Robert Swift

The party has an anti-Brexit stance, and have said they will cancel Brexit altogether if they win an overall majority at the election.

At the last general election, in 2017, the Lib Dems came third in Nottingham East.

Nottingham East candidate, Mr Swift said: “I am proud to be standing for the seat I was born in. 

“I grew up in Sherwood and went to school in Arnold and now run a small business in the area. 

PICTURED: Nottingham East Chris Leslie MP

“For too long Nottingham’s Labour MPs have let down their constituents by failing to hold this disastrous Tory government to account. Britain and Nottingham needs change, it needs the Liberal Democrats.”

Several other candidates have announced they are standing in the Nottingham East seat. However the final list will not be announced until 5pm on Thursday, November 14, and may change in the meantime. 

Nottingham East

Chris Leslie – The Independent Group for Change

Damian Smith – Brexit Party

Robert Swift – Liberal Democrat

Nadia Whittome – Labour

The Conservatives have not yet named a candidate

Kit Sandeman, Local Democracy Reporter

Kit Sandeman, Local Democracy Reporter

1 Comment

  • the lib dems propped up cameron’s tory gov and enabled the swinging cuts we’re enduring now. swinson voted with the tories more times than most tories did between 2010 and 2015. they’ll say and do anything to get back into those ministerial cars. don’t trust them.flagship policy was no tuition fees, they ended up voting through tuition fees trebling……..make up your own mind

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