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Nominations Coming in from Across the UK

Early nominations today are from Teignbridge and Aberdeen. I am close to having nominations from 20 constituencies now including the Birmingham Constituencies.

It is, however, important that my campaign is broadly based. I am consulting with supporters on details of the position statements that are needed.

It remains, of course, that I may have some difficulties getting the backing from MPs. However, we still have a fortnight for that. Once I have support from the constituencies there is a solid case that I should be allowed to stand because the members want me to stand.

Comments

John Kasino said…
Well done John!

I've had my people check you out and your'e the man!

As for the grey beards who say you haven't got it - ignore them. I know you have and you've proved it.

My background is military and am now semi-retired having made a pile from spicy sausage sales. During my career I spent time in the Congo and Israel with their security forces, so if you do need someone to clear out the deadwood with a hatchet i'm your man! As Stalin said 'Death solves all problems - no man no problem'.

Anyway theres no time to waste.

What an adventure.

Any chance of a signed photo for Mrs.Kasino.

John
Jayne Innes said…
Hello John - Hope you're well. Shame the national media seem to be ignoring your bid for the leadership. Surely their audience, like myself, would be greatly amused. I haven't laughed so much since you called me an Opportunitist!!

Jayne Innes (Labour Candidate for Yardley 05)
john said…
Nice to hear from you Jayne.
quincey1 said…
dear john,

hope you become the next leader, youre much prettier than the rest.

let me know how your marriage is going...
shaz said…
Go for it John!!

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