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Shannon O’Brien, 42, who lives in Shrewsbury, is running as an independent with a target of being elected as a Conservative at the next general election더나인 카지노, despite having a Green Party nomination.
She is the first candidate to have a Green Party nomination in an independent seat since the Green Party’s election in 2015. O’Brien previously worked at the Guardian, which has wri에볼루션 카지노tten several reports about Brexit.
Her campaign announced on Wednesday night that Green Party candidate Alex Turner, who lives in London, will be her candidate if she gets into Parliament following the general election.
O’Brien, who works as a nurse in a primary care centre, said Labour MPs had made it clear that if she stood, they would be “shouting and screaming her name”.
“I am extremely disappointed by this behaviour. It is unacceptable for the Labour party to stand by and do nothing, as they have done for decades,” she said.
“As a local councillor and mother of six, I feel that I am not a representative of my people, and I hope this election can be a positive one for me and my family.”
Turner said he was “deeply shocked” by what he had heard about O’Brien and would not be involved in voting.
O’Brien’s father, Ron O’Brien, is one of the founders of the Green Party, which was founded by former prime minister Nick Clegg. She worked for Mr Clegg from 1994 to 2007 on his team and now is chair of the London Assembly Green Party, the group responsible for policy.
But, a campaign spokesman said: “Shannon O’Brien has been a Labour member for over 20 years, and is an independent candidate in an independent seat.
“She has previously worked with Nick Clegg as an assistant to a deputy prime minister, and has a history of strong environmental campaigns as well as campaigning on the environment in her district.
“There is nothing wrong with an independent candidate being able to stand as an independent and the Green Party is proud of this record.”