Posted by: John Brace | 23rd April 2019

What’s in the nomination papers for the Labour candidate in Bromborough and the Green and Conservative candidates in Clatterbridge?

What’s in the nomination papers for the Labour candidate in Bromborough and the Green and Conservative candidates in Clatterbridge?

                                              

Returning Officer for Wirral Council Eric Robinson 25th March 2019

Returning Officer for Wirral Council Eric Robinson 25th March 2019

Pictured above is Wirral Council’s Returning Officer Eric Robinson. The Returning Officer does have the legal power to determine a nomination paper is invalid (which has the effect of disqualifying a candidate) if either:

(a) the particulars of the candidate or the persons subscribing the paper are not as required by law; or
(b) that the paper is not subscribed as so required.

Although nomination papers and candidates’ consent to nominations are open to inspection until the day before polling day, due to a legal change this year the home address forms are not open to inspection by the public.

Below are the nomination papers and candidate’s consent to nomination for the Labour candidate in Bromborough and St James followed by the Conservative and Green candidates in Clatterbridge ward. So first is the nomination paper and candidate’s consent to nomination for Joe Walsh (the Labour candidate in Bromborough ward) followed by the nomination papers and candidate’s consent to nomination for Helen Cameron (the Conservative Party candidate in Clatterbridge ward) and Jim McGinley (the Green Party candidate in Clatterbridge ward).

nomination paper Joe Walsh Bromborough 2019 front page

nomination paper Joe Walsh Bromborough 2019 front page

nomination paper Joe Walsh Bromborough 2019 back page

nomination paper Joe Walsh Bromborough 2019 back page

candidate’s consent to nomination Joe Walsh Bromborough 2019 page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Joe Walsh Bromborough 2019 page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Joe Walsh Bromborough 2019 page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Joe Walsh Bromborough 2019 page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Joe Walsh Bromborough 2019 page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Joe Walsh Bromborough 2019 page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Joe Walsh Bromborough 2019 page 4 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Joe Walsh Bromborough 2019 page 4 of 4

nomination paper Helen Cameron Clatterbridge 2019 front page

nomination paper Helen Cameron Clatterbridge 2019 front page

nomination paper Helen Cameron Clatterbridge 2019 back page

nomination paper Helen Cameron Clatterbridge 2019 back page

candidate’s consent to nomination Helen Cameron Clatterbridge 2019 page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Helen Cameron Clatterbridge 2019 page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Helen Cameron Clatterbridge 2019 page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Helen Cameron Clatterbridge 2019 page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Helen Cameron Clatterbridge 2019 page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Helen Cameron Clatterbridge 2019 page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Helen Cameron Clatterbridge 2019 page 4 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Helen Cameron Clatterbridge 2019 page 4 of 4

nomination paper Jim McGinley Clatterbridge 2019 front page

nomination paper Jim McGinley Clatterbridge 2019 front page

nomination paper Jim McGinley Clatterbridge 2019 back page

nomination paper Jim McGinley Clatterbridge 2019 back page

candidate’s consent to nomination Jim McGinley Clatterbridge 2019 page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jim McGinley Clatterbridge 2019 page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jim McGinley Clatterbridge 2019 page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jim McGinley Clatterbridge 2019 page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jim McGinley Clatterbridge 2019 page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jim McGinley Clatterbridge 2019 page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jim McGinley Clatterbridge 2019 page 4 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jim McGinley Clatterbridge 2019 page 4 of 4

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Responses

  1. Forgive me but I sorta assumed that there were some obvious errors in these submissions, but I am unable to home in on anything obvious (to me) 0 could be my failing eyesight, of course, but my guess is that I’m missing the point of focussing on these three candidates. Are there going to be any clues

    • There’s a limit to what could be written and published during an election period.

      The paperwork was published on roughly three dozen candidates in Wirral and a few in Liverpool.

      Out of those forty or so, it’s roughly eight that need further looking into. Hope that helps!

      • Thanks, John. I have now actually seen some of your later reveals along with commentary on those who may have crossed to the dark side albeit knowingly or unknowingly

        It’s all still a bit beyond me. Would you consider the lapses you’ve noted serious and worthy of formal investigation and significant penalty or are they the sort of thing that just happens and someone gets their fingers smacked.

        Sorry to be so dumb, it’s just that it all seemed to get a bit too convoluted for my small and ageing brain

        • Until I have all the pieces of information I’d prefer not to name names and areas (as I don’t want the records destroyed and people paid money to keep their mouths shut as can happen), but because of the seriousness of such matters, they aren’t investigated by the local Merseyside Police but elsewhere.

          The long and the short of it is that if proven it could lead to byelections both here in Wirral and in Liverpool.

          Sorry to sound so mysterious, but I’d prefer to have the proof in all cases before I go public.

          • Thanks again, John – another headline for Wirral Leaks in the offing, perhaps

            Well done


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