An open letter to David Cameron

We’ve just sent the following letter to David Cameron, revealing for the first time that we plan to contest 30+ Conservative marginal seats in the 2015 general election:

130302 open letter to David Cameron

Our announcement may be of particular interest to the MPs in the seats affected:

Seat

Majority

Winning   candidate

Winning   votes

Runner-up   party (2010)

Warwickshire   North

54

Dan   Byles

18,993

Labour

Camborne   & Redruth

66

George   Eustice

15,969

Lib Dem

Thurrock

92

Ms   J Doyle-Price

16,869

Labour

Hendon

106

MJ   Offord

19,635

Labour

Oxford   West & Abingdon

176

Ms   NC Blackwood

23,906

Lib Dem

Cardiff   North

194

JP   Evans

17,860

Labour

Sherwood

214

M   Spence

19,211

Labour

Stockton   South

332

JS   Wharton

19,577

Labour

Lancaster   & Fleetwood

332

E   Ollerenshaw

15,404

Labour

Broxstowe

389

Ms   AM Soubry

20,585

Labour

Truro   & Falmouth

435

Ms   SL Newton

20,349

Lib Dem

Newton   Abbott

523

Ms   AM Morris

20,774

Lib Dem

Amber   Valley

536

NJ   Mills

17,746

Labour

Wolverhampton South West

691

PS   Uppal

16,344

Labour

Waveney

769

P   Aldous

20,571

Labour

Carlisle

853

AJ   Stevenson

16,589

Labour

Morecambe   & Lunesdale

866

D   Morris

18,035

Labour

Weaver   Vale

991

GT   Evans

16,953

Labour

Harrogate   & Knaresborough

1,039

AH   Jones

24,305

Lib Dem

Lincoln

1,058

KI   McCartney

17,163

Labour

Plymouth Sutton & Devonport

1,149

ON   Colvile

15,050

Labour

Montgomeryshire

1,184

G   Davies

13,976

Lib Dem

Stroud

1,299

WN   Carmichael

23,679

Labour

Brighton   Kemptown

1,328

SG   Kirby

16,217

Labour

Bedford

1,353

Richard   Fuller

17,546

Labour

Watford

1,425

R   Harrington

19,291

Lib Dem

Dewsbury

1,526

SJ   Reevell

18,898

Labour

Warrington   South

1,553

DJ   Mowat

19,641

Labour

Pudsey

1,659

S   Andrew

18,874

Labour

Enfield   North

1,692

Nick   de Bois

18,804

Labour

About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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