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List of Parliamentary Candidates for Birmingham City Council Electoral Area for General Election May 5th 2005
Nominations closed at 4pm.

Birmingham (Edgbaston)
Alden, DeirdreConservative
Beck, PeterGreen
Dixon, MikeLib Dem
Stuart, GiselaLabour
White, StephenUKIP


Birmingham (Erdington)
Ebanks, SharonBNP
Elvidge, VictoriaConservative
Evans, JerryLib Dem
Hepburn, RannalUKIP
Simon, SionLabour
Williams, TerryNF


Birmingham (Hall Green)
Harmer, RogerLib Dem
Hughes, EddieConservative
McCabe, SteveLabour
Muthulah, DavidUKIP


Birmingham (Hodge Hill)
Adams, DenisBNP
Begg, AzmatPeace and Progress
Byrne, LiabLabour
Davies, NicolaLib Dem
Duffen, AdrianUKIP
Thomas, DeborahConservative


Birmingham (Ladywood)
Khan, AyoubLib Dem
Nazem, LynetteUKIP
Short, ClareLabour
Stroud, PatriciaConservative


Birmingham (Northfield)
Burden, RichardLabour
Catrell, MarkBNP
Chant, GillianUKIP
Ford, VIckyConservative
Moultley, LouiseNationalise Rover - Socialist Alternative
Rodgers, DickCommon Good
Sweeney, FrancisWorkers Revolutionary Party
Sword, TrevorLib Dem


Birmingham (Perry Barr)
Balu, BimlaUKIP
Clarie, RajinderSLP
Hunt, JonLib Dem
Khan, NaweedConservative
Mahmood, KhalidLabour
Naseem, MohammedRespect


Birmingham (Selly Oak)
Brighton, RichardLib Dem
Burnett, RonanUKIP
Jones, LynneLabour
Smith, BarneyGreen
Tildesley, JoeConservative


Birmingham (Sparkbrook and Small Heath)
Brooks, JenniferUKIP
Chaudhury, Abdul Qayyum(ind)
Godsiff, RogerLabour
Hussain, TalibLib Dem
Jamieson, IanGreen
Mirza, SameenConservative
Yaqoob, SalmaRespect


Birmingham (Yardley)
Hemming, JohnLib Dem
Innes, JayneLabour
Purcell, RobertBNP
Uppal, PaulConservative
Yaqub, MohammedUKIP


Sutton Coldfield
Drury, CraigLib Dem
Mitchell, AndrewConservative
Pocock, RobLabour
Shorrock, StephenUKIP

Comments

ronanb said…
Uh, I'm Ronan Burnett, UKIP candidate for Selly Oak. Not 'Ronald'.

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