Diverse Field for Tomorrow Thursday 3rd May 2018


Traditionally, a third of the seats on the council are contested every 12 months but this year every seat is up for grabs as a result of a review of ward boundaries across the city.
Almost half of Labour’s full slate of 57 candidates are women and a quarter are aged under 40.The party is also being represented by its highest ever number of black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates standing in an election in Hull.

Labour is currently the ruling party at the GuildhallLabour group secretary Councillor Chris Sumpton said: “We are all very pleased and proud to offer such a diverse and broad selection of Labour candidates who all want to do their best to improve the city they love and help the people who live and work here.

“On May 3 residents have the chance to vote for all seats on the council in an all-out

“It is important to maintain the momentum of improvement across all our communities that Labour has been delivering.

“I hope our candidates get the support they need to drive our city to greater success.”

Picture from the Hull Daily Mail

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