Who we are
We are an independent, non-national party standing up for the people of London. We are in pursuit of greater autonomy to boost our economic recovery.
On 6 May, on the ORANGE ballot paper for the London-wide Assembly, vote for your Londependence. Let’s turn London back ON.
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Meet the candidates
Candidate 1: Bella Roberts
Bella Roberts moved to London aged 18 to start her career at KPMG, drawn in by all the reasons that make our city the best in the world. She has run the London marathon, celebrates pride in London and is an avid supporter of London’s arts scene. Beyond her full-time commitments in the financial sector, Bella has always sought to give back to the wider community through volunteering and fundraising for important causes such as mental health and mentoring socio-economically disadvantaged young people. Bella is passionate about diversity, equal opportunity and female empowerment. She lives in Tower Hamlets with a stuffed tiger called Sheba.
Candidate 2: Thomas Foster
Thomas Foster is a Data Analyst, raised, educated, and for short periods worked in the London Borough of Sutton. He has experience working in the housing sector and in policing, so understands the limitations of the GLA in a practical sense. He has been educated at Kingston University, one of London's many fine Universities. He has a passion for travel, football, cricket, Star Wars as well as politics and fairness. Tom has Asperger's Syndrome. He is also engaged and is very much looking forward to tying the knot once Covid is over.
Candidate 3: Daniel Jacobs
Daniel Jacobs is a writer. He was born in west London, grew up in north London, and lives in south London. He's been an author for the Rough Guides travel guidebook series in various parts of the world, and is currently working on a book about ancient Egyptian plants. Daniel has long been a supporter of London self-government, and he is keen to see London’s Assembly take a more assertive attitude to London’s rights.
Candidate 4: John Halnan
Born and educated in Cambridge, John Halnan first moved to London as a teenager. He has travelled extensively and worked in Europe, Australia and the USA in a variety of roles. As an entrepreneur, for the last 20 plus years John has run small international media businesses attracting revenue to London from Europe and America. During this time he has also raised two sons and volunteered as a School Governor at a special needs secondary school. A Lewisham resident, John feels privileged - and is proud - to call London home.
On 6 May, on the ORANGE ballot paper for the London-wide Assembly, vote for your Londependence. Let's turn London back ON.
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