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Dominic Carman selected in Barnsley Central

February 12, 2011 3:51 PM
Originally published by UK Liberal Democrats

Mr Carman has extensive experience of creating jobs around the world, and would use those skills to bring jobs and investment to Barnsley.

A journalist and author and son of the late George Carman QC, fought the Barking constituency for the Liberal Democrats in the 2010 General Election, where he stood against BNP leader Nick Griffin.

Commenting, Dominic Carman said:

"I am honoured to be selected to fight this election for the Liberal Democrats.

"I want to be an ambitious ambassador for Barnsley. If elected, you won't find me with my feet up in Westminster, I'll be out there fighting to bring jobs to the area.

"Labour take places like Barnsley for granted, and parties like the BNP would only make things worse. I've spent the last seven years fighting the BNP and I will fight just as hard for the people of Barnsley."