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Saturday, 18 April 2015

Tulip replies to challenge

The following content was sent by Hampstead & Kilburn Labour Parliamentary candidate Tulip Siddiq to the blogmeister's gmail inbox.

Thanks for your email. I have now read the blog [piece A challenge to Tulip Siddiq: stand up for claimants, not just the camera!].

A few points - 

When Boris Johnson walked past my office, I asked Boris Johnson what he was going to do about the No 13 Bus which he is planning to scrap. He refused to answer. It's a very important bus for elderly residents in this constituency and therefore, I felt the need to raise it. The CNJ reported that I asked that question in their coverage. 

Secondly, did you invite me to the protest on 7th April? Apologies if I missed it but I can't see an email about it. I would have attended if I had known about it. 

Thirdly, please can you let me know the name of the person who dropped into my office? I can look into their case. 

Lastly, there are plenty of Labour posters and garden stakes up in Brent. There's also a big poster in the window of the Good Ship on Kilburn High Road. And of course, that's the Brent side of Kilburn High Road. 

I'm happy to help constituents but of course, my power is somewhat limited as a candidate. If I am elected on 7th May, I will be in a stronger position to help people in the constituency.

Best wishes  
Tulip Siddiq

Parliamentary Candidate for Hampstead and Kilburn
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  1. Now that the General Election is over and Tulip Siddiq has been elected MP for Hampstead & Kilburn, see the Storify posting The benefit cap, a Labour MP and election promises

  2. And now that MPs have voted on the Welfare Reform & Work Bill, see how Brent's MPs voted. Brent Labour MPs 2-1 against Welfare Reform Bill