You couldn’t make it up, back in 2013, I predicted that #JeremyHunt, the Secretary of State for Health would keep his seat #swsurrey unless a united front on a media, anti-corruption or save the NHS campaign stood, preferably with all party agreement. I thought it unlikely. However, today, the National Health Action Party is standing a strong candidate, and the 2010 second place party who won 31%, the LibDems, have had their candidate disqualified, but not removed from the ballot paper. 🙁  The NHAP seem to think this will help.

I recorded this with a storify, date created 30th May 2015, which I added to this post in Nov 2019.


On Hunt’s chances of remaining an MP in 2015

On Hunt’s chances of remaining an MP in 2015

The Lib Dems came a pretty poor second in South West Surrey in 2010, the County Council elected in 2013 is pretty solidly Tory, but the Tories did not win the Surrey Police Commissioner elections. The county includes Hunt’s constituency and the ward results are available. The Police Commissioner and a number of County Councillors are independents, which usually means expelled or secret Tories; there are also UKIP county councilors but none of the non-Tory County Councillors were elected from wards in Hunt’s seat as far as I can tell from a cursory inspection. …