Conservative candidate for Cambridge, John Hayward, took time out of campaigning on Sunday to join hundreds of other politicians across the country from all parties to remember Labour MP Jo Cox, who was murdered last June.
Conservative parliamentary candidate for Cambridge, Dr John Hayward, celebrated the first day of operation for Cambridge’s new station with the former Conservative Leader of Cambridgeshire County Councillor, Nick Clarke, whose initiative made the project a reality.
Conservative candidate for Cambridge City, John Hayward, was invited to visit Cambridge Mosque for Friday Prayers. John spoke to local residents and worshippers at the Abu Bakr Masjid about the local community and what he, as Conservative candidate for Cambridge, will do for them.
John's recent work has been as Manager of the national Forum that enables Conservative Party members to help shape government policy. In this role, he enjoys direct contact with George Freeman, the Chairman of the Prime Minister’s Policy Board, and Government Ministers.
John Hayward has met the region's newly-elected Mayor, James Palmer. They discussed local Conservatives' infrastructure plans, including a twenty-first century solution to the traffic gridlock that blights our beautiful city.
The Cambridge City Conservative Association is excited and proud to be supporting John Hayward to be the next MP for Cambridge. Local social reformer Dr John Hayward will be an excellent addition to Theresa May’s Parliamentary Team in next month’s General Election.
Join us at Gonville and Caius College, Trinity Street, Cambridge, CB2 1AT as we host Bernard Jenkin, former Shadow Secretary Of State for Defence, for the Regions and Member of Parliament for Harwich and North Essex.
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