Posted by: John Brace | 29th April 2019

What’s in the nomination papers for the Liberal Democrat and Labour candidates in Oxton and the nomination papers for the Labour and Conservative candidates in Pensby and Thingwall?

What’s in the nomination papers for the Liberal Democrat and Labour candidates in Oxton and the nomination papers for the Labour and Conservative candidates in Pensby and Thingwall?

                                            

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 Liberal Democrat and Labour candidates in Oxton ward followed by the Labour and Conservative candidates in Pensby and Thingwall ward. So first is the nomination paper and candidate’s consent to nomination for Andy Corkhill (the Liberal Democrat candidate in Oxton), second is the nomination papers and candidate’s consent to nomination for Jeff Davies (the Labour candidate in Oxton), third is the nomination papers and candidate’s consent to nomination for Phill Brightmore (the Labour Party candidate in Pensby and Thingwall) followed by the nomination papers and candidate’s consent to nomination for Mike Collins (the Conservative candidate in Pensby and Thingwall).

nomination paper Oxton 2019 Andy Corkhill front

nomination paper Oxton 2019 Andy Corkhill front

nomination paper Oxton 2019 Andy Corkhill back

nomination paper Oxton 2019 Andy Corkhill back

candidate’s consent to nomination Andy Corkhill Oxton 2019 Page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Andy Corkhill Oxton 2019 Page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Andy Corkhill Oxton 2019 Page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Andy Corkhill Oxton 2019 Page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Andy Corkhill Oxton 2019 Page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Andy Corkhill Oxton 2019 Page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Andy Corkhill Oxton 2019 Page 4 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Andy Corkhill Oxton 2019 Page 4 of 4

nomination paper Jeff Davies Oxton 2019 front

nomination paper Jeff Davies Oxton 2019 front

nomination paper Jeff Davies Oxton 2019 back

nomination paper Jeff Davies Oxton 2019 back

candidate’s consent to nomination Jeff Davies Oxton 2019 page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jeff Davies Oxton 2019 page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jeff Davies Oxton 2019 page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jeff Davies Oxton 2019 page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jeff Davies Oxton 2019 page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jeff Davies Oxton 2019 page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jeff Davies Oxton 2019 page 4 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Jeff Davies Oxton 2019 page 4 of 4

nomination paper Phill Brightmore 2019 Pensby and Thingwall front page

nomination paper Phill Brightmore 2019 Pensby and Thingwall front page

nomination paper Phill Brightmore 2019 Pensby and Thingwall back page

nomination paper Phill Brightmore 2019 Pensby and Thingwall back page

candidate’s consent to nomination Phill Brightmore 2019 Pensby and Thingwall page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Phill Brightmore 2019 Pensby and Thingwall page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Phill Brightmore 2019 Pensby and Thingwall page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Phill Brightmore 2019 Pensby and Thingwall page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Phill Brightmore 2019 Pensby and Thingwall page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Phill Brightmore 2019 Pensby and Thingwall page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Phill Brightmore 2019 Pensby and Thingwall page 4 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Phill Brightmore 2019 Pensby and Thingwall page 4 of 4

nomination paper Mike Collins Pensby and Thingwall 2019 front page

nomination paper Mike Collins Pensby and Thingwall 2019 front page

nomination paper Mike Collins Pensby and Thingwall 2019 back page

nomination paper Mike Collins Pensby and Thingwall 2019 back page

candidate’s consent to nomination Mike Collins Pensby and Thingwall 2019 page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Mike Collins Pensby and Thingwall 2019 page 1 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Mike Collins Pensby and Thingwall 2019 page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Mike Collins Pensby and Thingwall 2019 page 2 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Mike Collins Pensby and Thingwall 2019 page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Mike Collins Pensby and Thingwall 2019 page 3 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Mike Collins Pensby and Thingwall 2019 page 4 of 4

candidate’s consent to nomination Mike Collins Pensby and Thingwall 2019 page 4 of 4

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Responses

  1. Tory wipeout, all seats, spread large throughout this proud and noble nation of workers.

    Huzzah, huzzah.

    Rejoice.

    Verily, unto us comes sanity, civilisation, dignity and a chance to rebuild once more our devastated land, whilst retaining dignity, staying focused, remembering our homeless, vulnerable and keeping candles burning for the sick and the fallen.

    • There are only elections in a third of seats Paul and of that third only 7 have Tory councillors at the moment. So the range of seats the Conservatives could have on Wirral Council after the 2019 May election is between 14 and 36 councillors.

      Obviously there are some numbers between 14 and 36 that are more likely outcomes than others!

  2. You haven’t dampened my desire for torrents of ************* **** ***** John, with your awkward facts.

    • Facts often get in the way of a political rant about party politics!

      Elections three years out of every four shapes Wirral’s politics.

      I preferred it though when there were semi-frequent boundary changes to wards and also all up elections about every decade as that used to shake things up even more than the minor changes that happen each year now….


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