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Bradley Stoke town councillor selected as Green Party candidate for FaBS

South Gloucestershire Green Party has announced its general election candidate for the Filton and Bradley Stoke (FaBS) constituency. The party will be represented by James Nelson, a law student who was elected as a Bradley Stoke town councillor for the Primrose Bridge ward in May 2023. The next United Kingdom general election must be held no later than 28th January 2025…

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Final consultation on proposed changes to FaBS constituency boundary

The boundary of the parliamentary constituency of Filton and Bradley Stoke (FaBS) looks set to be adjusted at its western and eastern extremities following the publication of ‘final draft’ recommendations by the Boundary Commission for England. The latest proposals would see FaBS losing the South Gloucestershire ward of Pilning & Severn Beach, while gaining the Emersons Green ward.

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Photo of prospective parliamentary candidates (l-r): Louise Harris, Claire Young and Dine Romero.

Liberal Democrats select prospective candidate for Filton and Bradley Stoke

Liberal Democrat members in South Gloucestershire have selected their prospective candidates for the Filton and Bradley Stoke (FaBS) and Kingswood parliamentary constituencies, after re-selecting Claire Young in January to fight Thornbury and Yate. Louise Harris, councillor for the South Gloucestershire ward of Dodington, was selected for Filton and Bradley Stoke, whilst Dine Romero, Lib Dem group leader on Bath and

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Labour party selects local MP candidate

The Filton and Bradley Stoke Labour Party has selected an up-and-coming Bristol councillor, Mhairi Threlfall, as its new candidate for the next general election. It is one of the first local parties in the country to choose a candidate, having made notable in-roads into sitting MP Jack Lopresti’s majority at the 2017 snap general election. Bradley Stoke is now ranked

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Jack Lopresti holds FaBS but has majority halved

Conservative Jack Lopresti has retained his Filton and Bradley Stoke (FaBS) parliamentary seat but with a much reduced majority of 8.2 percent, compared to 20.0 percent in 2015. His share of the total votes cast was 50.0 percent (46.7 percent in 2015). Labour’s candidate Naomi Rylatt finished second with a 41.7 percent share of the vote, significantly up from the 26.6 percent her predecessor Ian Boulton

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