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Brian Paddick for London Mayor

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DELGA are backing Brian Paddick to be the first Liberal Democrat elected Mayor of London.

Read more about his campaign.

April 19 - Lesbian, Gay & Bi Hustings

Tickets are now available for Stonewall's hustings on Saturday 19 April for the London mayoral elections. Brian Paddick will be there, as well as other candidates including Ken Livingstone & Boris Johnson.

All the details are at

http://www.stonewall.org.uk/media/current_releases/2149.asp but essential things:

* Stonewall London mayoral hustings on Saturday 19 April 2008

* BFI Southbank between 11am and 12.30 pm. (a few minutes from Waterloo and Embankment).

* An opportunity to put questions about LGB equality to mayoral candidates.

The event's completely free but will require a ticket for admission. Please RSVP to jenny.stevens@stonewall.org.uk / 020 7593 1861.

Gay poll shows Brian and Ken neck-and-neck

Wed 20th Feb 2008

Brian Paddick, Liberal Democrat candidate for Mayor of London has welcomed a PinkNews.co.uk poll that shows strong support amongst gay voters. On first preferences Mr Livingstone won 37.66%, Mr Paddick 36.71%, with the Tory and Green nominees trailing.


Brian has the vision London needs

Mon 14th Jan 2008

Brian Paddick, the man who was until recently the highest ranking openly gay police officer in Britain today launched his campaign to become the first Liberal Democrat Mayor of London. DELGA are delighted to be able to support his candidacy. Chair of DELGA Jen Yockney commented, "I first met Brian completely out of the context of party politics, as he and I were both speakers at a high profile lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender conference a few years ago.


Lib Dems pick out candidate for London Mayor

Tue 13th Nov 2007

Brian Paddick - until recently the highest ranking openly gay police officer in Britain - was today named as the Liberal Democrat for London Mayor having won a ballot of the party's London members. He said, "I am enormously proud to be announced today as the Liberal Democrat candidate for London Mayor. For too long Londoners have been denied a serious debate on the future of their city.