Archive for the ‘General Election’ Category

The result from Thursday’s General Election

by Mary Burstow on 10 May, 2015

Paul Burstow’s letter to constituents By now you will have heard the news that I was not re-elected on Thursday. It has been an honour and privilege to have served the people of Sutton, Cheam and Worcester Park these past 18 years, as your Member of Parliament and I have been touched by the many kind […]

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Today is the General Election

by Mary Burstow on 7 May, 2015

Today is the General Election. If you live in Cheam Ward you will aready have received a card directing you to the correct Polling Station.  You will be voting on which candidate, you think should represent you in Parliament. Please vote for Paul Burstow, Liberal Democrat.    This will either be:  St Andrews Church Hall, […]

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Tomorrow is the General Election.  The people of Sutton, Cheam, Belmont, Worcester Park and Stonecot will choose who they want to represent them in the Houses of Parliament. It is quite a thought. So why should people vote for my husband Paul Burstow, to represent them as their Member of Parliament? Paul is an incredibly […]

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General Election, Prayer for Sutton

by Mary Burstow on 3 May, 2015

  The Bible says in 1 Timothy 2:1-3 (The Message version) – “The first thing I want you to do is pray. Pray every way you know how, for everyone you know. Pray especially for rulers and their governments to rule well so we can be quietly about our business of living simply, in humble […]

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In an article in todays Sutton Guardian, Cheam Ward Councillor and former leader of Sutton Conservatives, Graham Whitham sets out why he is no longer a member of the Conservative Party and why he is backing Paul Burstow to be Member of Parliament for Sutton and Cheam. He says “I could no longer avoid the […]

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I thought this letter from David Pickles, a former Belmont Conservative Councillor in todays Sutton Guardian was worth reproducing.

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Nick Clegg visits Sutton

by Mary Burstow on 29 April, 2015

On Sunday morning, the Westminster Press Village descended on Sutton.  It was quite an event. Nick Clegg was coming to give his support to Paul for the General Election and speak to local party members.  The event was held at the SM1 Grand Hall in Throwley Way.  A location which leant itself very well to […]

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Some Conservative emails are priceless

by Mary Burstow on 26 April, 2015

Paul got this email from Conservative Party HQ. Resent-From: <paul.burstow.mp@parliament.uk> From: CCHQ <team2015@team2015.emailnb.com> Date: 25 April 2015 14:57:37 BST To: burstowp@parliament.uk Subject: Let us know Friend — We’ve been sending you a few emails recently — more than a few! — inviting you to attend campaign rallies, action days, and other crucial events to help our […]

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General Election Walkabout in Cheam Village

by Mary Burstow on 25 April, 2015

Its election time! On Saturday, I joined Paul Burstow and Brian Paddick on a walkabout in Cheam Village.  The sun shone, balloons were handed out and everyone smiled. Brian is a local lad, so it was rather good to be able to point out to him the changes which had happened in Cheam Village.

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On Monday night Graham Whitham, Conservative Councillor since 1978, Agent for former Carshalton & Wallington MP Nigel Forman and leader of Sutton Conservatives until 2014, resigned from the Conservatives. Today, he has backed Paul Burstow’s General Election campaign. Graham Whitham said: “Sutton and Cheam’s two horse race means the only way to stop cuts beyond […]

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