Seema Malhotra

Labour and Co-Operative Candidate for Feltham and Heston

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Last night Seema Malhotra completed the 2017 London Moonwalk to raise money to fight breast cancer.  

There is still time to donate to the cause here.  

Moonwalk Completed

  Last night Seema Malhotra completed the 2017 London Moonwalk to raise money to fight breast cancer.  

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Mayor of London Sadiq Khan visits Feltham and Heston

 

 

In a visit to Cranford, the London Mayor gave his sport to the launch of the Feltham and Heston youth campaign to encourage young people to come out and vote and then visit a voter registration drive in Hounslow town centre.

Seema Malhotra will announced her call for a new Cranford plan of action, saying “Cranford is the gateway from London to Heathrow and we need to work to support our businesses, tackle litter, anti social behaviour, increase policing and restore pride in our street scene.”

Seema Malhotra says:

“We have a lot to fight for in this election. Our country needs a Labour Government. Polls show the scale of support for Labour’s Manifesto, it is clear that people are seeking an alternative to five more years of Tory Government.”

“Theresa May wants to make this election all about Brexit. But we know the next five years must also address the reality of the Government’s record and that’s what May wants to hide. Our public services and schools are underfunded. London now has the highest waiting times for A&E, living standards are falling and the house building under the Tories has slowed to its lowest level since the 1920s. Britain deserves better.”   

Sadiq Khan met with and gave a speech to local members and activists before joining in local campaigning.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan visits Cranford

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan visits Feltham and Heston    

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There are special arrangements during a General Election period.   Parliament is dissolved between 12.01am on Wednesday 3 May, and its reformation after polling day on 8 June 2017.  During this period there are no members of Parliament.  If re-elected, Seema will return to parliamentary duties from 9 June.

All UK, Irish and Commonwealth citizens resident in the UK and over 18 can vote if they are registered.  You can register to vote at this web site.  The last deadline to register to vote in this General Election is 22 May, but if you can register earlier it will make the administration of the election much easier.  Hounslow Council give useful election advice here.  

 

The last day to register for postal votes in this General Election is 23 May, and details on how to apply are here.  

 

The last day to register for proxy votes is 31 May, and details on how to apply are here.  

General Election Arrangements 2017

  There are special arrangements during a General Election period.   Parliament is dissolved between 12.01am on Wednesday 3 May, and its reformation after polling day on 8 June 2017.  During this...


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