Keralite Cllr Manju Shahul-Hameed longlisted as Labour candidate for Barrow and Furness in 2025 polls
By A Staff Reporter LONDON March 11: Croydon Broad Green ward Councillor Manju Shahul-Hameed is named as one of the five longlist of contenders to be selected as the Labour party's parliamentary candidate for Barrow and Furness ahead of the next election to be held no later than 24 January 2025. Keralite Manju, who resides in Croydon, is at present the councillor for the Broad Green ward in Croydon. Previously she was the Mayor of Croydon during 2014/2015. The local Labour Party of Barrow and Furness confirmed that the longlist of contenders comprises Chris Altree, Tris Brown, Erica Lewis, Michelle Scrogham and Manju Shahul-Hameed. Labour will be hoping to wrestle the seat back from the Conservatives after winning the previous seven elections in Barrow. Chris Altree, a previous chair of the Barrow and Furness Labour party, will fight for the nomination again after he stood for the party and lost in the last election, says report. It was veteran political journalist Michael Crick who put forward Manju Shahul-Hameed's name. It will now be up to members of the local branch to select who they want to represent Labour. The current UK parliament will automatically dissolve on Tuesday 17 December 2024, unless it has been dissolved sooner by the King. The next UK general election is scheduled to be held no later than 24 January 2025. The latest polls suggest Labour could win a landslide victory in the next general election. Barrow and Furness, formerly known as Barrow-in-Furness, is a constituency in Cumbria in Lancashire which is represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament by Simon Fell of the Conservative Party since 2019.
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