Tuesday, April 11, 2006


You can almost imagine the Conservative high command with a syringe at the neck of prospective Tory councillor Joan Howarth.

Just three days after saying that an ethnic minority candidate "wouldn't work" in a traditional working class seat, she has now changed her mind.

I totally support David Cameron's moves to make the Conservative Party more inclusive and to have more candidates from black and ethnic minority communities. I believe that candidates should be able to stand everywhere regardless of the ethnic make-up of the constituency in question. - Joan Howarth.

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