Bermondsey & Old Southwark – Kingsley Abrams

At the end of January 2015 I resigned from the pro-austerity Labour party after over 30 years of membership. I am now standing for TUSC as no other party countenances an alternative to austerity even though voters in other European countries are keen to give it a try. There is always an alternative.
I attended South Bank University where I gained a BSc Social Science degree. I currently work for a Housing Association and is also a branch officer of Unite Housing Workers Branch. From 2011-2014 I sat on Unite’s Executive Council and Finance and General Purpose Committee.
I was a Labour Councillor for 23 years – Merton Council from 1986-2002 and Lambeth Council from 2006-2013. During that period I was Chair of the Finance Committee, Deputy Leader and Chief Whip at Merton Council, and Deputy Cabinet member for Enterprise at Lambeth Council. I was also suspended by Lambeth Labour Group for opposing cuts. For a number of years I was Chair of the London Boroughs Grants Committee (LBGC) investing £30m in the voluntary sector in London.
I was Labour’s parliamentary candidate in North Southwark and Bermondsey in 2001 where I came second with 30.8% of the votes.
Contact
Email: southwarktusc@outlook.com
Mobile: 07932 447 763
Meetings
6th April – How can we build an alternative to cuts
27th May – What next for TUSC?
All at 7.30pm@ Albert Arms, 1 Gladstone Terrace, SE1
There are also several hustings which will be noted on the Southwark website.
Event
Saturday 14th March – Aylesbury March 12 noon @Burgess Park (opposite Tesco)
Sun 22nd March – Mass Canvas meet at Elephant & Castle Tube (Bakerloo exit London Rd)  12 noon
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