constituency party

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constituency party

nsezione f locale (del partito)
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He was unanimously chosen as the candidate for Airdrie & Shotts by constituency party members at a meeting in Gartlea community centre.
Catriona Graham, secretary of Shrewsbury and Atcham CLP, said: "As far as the constituency party is concerned the matter is ongoing."
AFORMER chief whip under Tony Blair and critic of Jeremy Corbyn has been described as "thoughtful", "radical" and "wise" after her local constituency party voted to expel her from Labour.
A FORMER chief whip under Tony Blair and critic of Jeremy Corbyn said she was "very sad" that her local constituency party had voted to expel her from Labour.
In the recent election for Welsh Labour's deputy leader, a vote within the "electoral college" for trade unions and other associates was worth four or five times that of a constituency party member, and the vote of each AM or MP was worth more than 400 times that of constituency party members.
Some members of the constituency party say they are furious that Guto Bebb has been re-affirmed as the Conservative runner by just a clutch of party officials, and described the current atmosphere as "poisonous".
There are also six constituency party reps, two local councillors, one MEP, one Labour youth member and one socialist societies' rep.
A UKIP election candidate who threatened to shoot his Conservative rival has been removed as chairman of his constituency party.
He did not want the local party to have any say in who should represent us and would have left no time at all for the constituency party to act.
Dame Rosemary, a Labour AM and former Newport councillor, told her constituency party on Friday that she would not seek re-election.
Ex–Tory treasurer Henry Angest, a friend of David Cameron, made the donation as a "personal gift" to Employment Minister Esther McVey's constituency party. He heads the parent firm of Everyday Loans, who charge 79.9 per cent for long–term loans.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) is planning to publish details of more than 160 MPs who rent office space or administrative services from their local constituency party, as part of its campaign to crack down on the abuse of expenses regulations.