General Election 2001:

news from Rotherhithe and Surrey Docks Labour Party

A magnificent result for the Labour Party with a second overall majority,
consolidating the success of the 1997 election victory:
Labour 412; Conservative 166; LD 52; SNP 5; PC 4; NI parties 18; Ind 1; Speaker 1.

A disappointing result in North Southwark and Bermondsey:
LD 20991, Kingsley Abrams (Labour) 11359, Conservative 2800, Green 752, NF 612, UKIP 217, Ind 77.

Many thanks to all those who voted Labour
and especially to those who worked in the campaign for the return of the Labour Government.

The work goes on Economic Disaster II - Hague/Portillo I created new jobs for a million people Tory cuts


Thursday 7 June 2001
Polls open 7am-10pm

Taking Bermondsey to
the heart of Government


Promoted by Piers Corbyn on behalf of Kingsley Abrams both at 55 Inns House, East Street, SE17 2JN

Letter from Kingsley Abrams, Labour's 2001 PPC
Pictures of Kingsley Abrams
Budget 2001 good for Rotherhithe and Bermondsey
MPs rally for Kingsley Abrams 20 March 2001

Rotherhithe and Surrey Docks Labour Party