Darren Jones selected as Labour’s candidate for Bristol North West

24th November, 2012 4:14 pm

Today Labour members in Bristol North West CLP selected local lawyer Darren Jones as their candidate for the next general election. Here’s a short biography:

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Darren Jones was Labour’s PPC for Torridge & West Devon in 2010 and was born and brought up in Bristol North West. He works as a lawyer and has the backing of Unite the Union. Darren is also a school governor, a trustee of a legal advice charity, a Prince’s Trust business mentor and a member of the Co-operative Party.

Congratulations to Darren and commiserations to the other shortlisted candidates.

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