London news Hammersmith and Fulham's Conservative party has a new leader Uk news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Mr Brown said he looked forward to the next year's London local elections
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. I’ve been involved in Hammersmith and Fulham's politics for 17 years, which is almost half my life. I’m very proud of what I have achieved over that time.”
Asked for his highlights of the last few years, he said the local party were “proud” to have helped Tony Devenish become re-elected as London Assembly Member for the West Central area. Mr Brown, originally from Greater Manchester, said another highlight was “working with the Health Secretary Matt Hancock” to stop the closure of Charing Cross Hospital, which was part of the Government’s controversial Shaping a Healthier Future reforms. He added: “I will do all I can to support the group and the borough before the next local elections in 2022.” Ms Brocklebank-Fowler, who also represents Town ward, said: “I am honoured and delighted to have been elected as leader of the Conservative group in LBHF.
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