Tag Archive: London 2012 Elections

Apr 04

Boris Johnson to meet Jewish Voters

Boris Johnson is set to meet Jewish voters in his bid to be re-elected Mayor of London. Hosted by the London Jewish Forum, the Breakfast meeting will be an opportunity for Boris to engage with Jewish Londoners on the many issues that affect the capital’s community. The Forum will take place on the 17th of …

Continue reading »

Apr 04

Ken Livingstone to Meet Jewish Voters

The Labour Party Candidate for Mayor of London Ken Livingstone will meet with Jewish voters to discuss their concerns ahead of the May 3rd Mayoral and Assembly elections. The lunchtime event, hosted by the London Jewish Forum will take place in a central London venue on the 24th of April. Ken Livingstone said, “I’m looking …

Continue reading »

Mar 30

Siobhan Benita to tour Jewish Care

The London Jewish Forum is pleased to host Independent candidate for Mayor of London Siobhan Benita at Jewish Care on the 4th of April. Siobhan will take a tour of Jewish Care’s state of the art Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Campus, meeting with residents and community centre users. This will be followed by a roundtable …

Continue reading »

Mar 20

Liberal Democrat Candidate for Mayor Brian Paddick to meet Jewish Voters

*PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF DATE* Brian Paddick, the Liberal Democrat candidate for Mayor of London will meet with Jewish voters on the 20th of April to talk about the issues that affect the Jewish Community in London. The Breakfast Forum will be hosted by the London Jewish Forum and members of the community can …

Continue reading »

Dec 27

2012 LONDON ELECTION CANDIDATES DEBATE AT JEWISH FESTIVAL

The London Jewish Forum will host the first public debate of the 2012 London Elections at the annual Jewish cultural and educational gathering, Limmud. Brian Paddick, Liberal Democrat candidate for the Mayor of London, Conservative Andrew Boff AM, Labour Assembly Member Val Shawcross, and Green Party Candidate A.M. Poppy will debate London’s future on the …

Continue reading »