Sunday, 14 February 2010

David Miliband joins Battle of the Bush

In the latest of a series of high profile visits from both sides of the Labour and Conservative High Command, the Foreign Secretary will be taking a break from trifling things like, oh, er, the Afghanistan conflict and Middle East peace process among others, to attend a public meeting at St Paul's Church Hammersmith this coming Friday.

Mr Miliband will be here to back Andy Slaughter, our Labour MP battling to keep the seat from the strong challenge being put up by Conservative candidate Shaun Bailey.

Andy Slaughter has extended an invitation to all who are interested to attend, and says:

"This is an opportunity for Hammersmith residents to put questions on any subject to one of the most senior members of the Cabinet.  This is the first of a number of public meetings David Miliband is holding across the country to answer questions on a wide range of issues, including but not limited to foreign affairs."

And it's further evidence of just how crucial this seat is seen by all parties in the General Election - now how can we use all of this attention to get the best possible deal for the Bush.. ?

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