Glenrothes goes to the polls tomorrow

EIGHT candidates are fighting tomorrow's by-election in Glenrothes, with Labour hopes high that it can see off the strong challenge of the Scottish National Party,After its success in Glasgow East in the, when it snatched the rock solid seat from Labour, the SNP is hoping to cash in on the unpopularity of the Government in this constituency in the Kingdom of Fife.

Graham Dines

EIGHT candidates are fighting tomorrow's by-election in Glenrothes, with Labour hopes high that it can see off the strong challenge of the Scottish National Party,

After its success in Glasgow East in the, when it snatched the rock solid seat from Labour, the SNP is hoping to cash in on the unpopularity of the Government in this constituency in the Kingdom of Fife.

The candidates are: Morag Balfour (Scottish Socialists), Maurice Golden (Conservative), Nigel Grant (SNP), Lindsay Roy (Labour). Kris Seunarine (UK Independence Party), Harry Wills (Liberal Democrat), Louise McLeary (Solidarity), Jim Parker (Scottish Senior Citizens Unity Party).


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