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About Chris

My name’s Chris Clark and I’m the transport worker who wants to be the first Labour MP for the Cities of London & Westminster.

I’ve worked in the heart of this constituency for over ten years, at London Underground’s iconic head office building, 55 Broadway.

I first moved to London in 1998 to study English Literature at King’s College London on the Strand. I lived in student halls in Vincent Square, around the corner from the office where I now work. In my first week at King’s, I joined the Labour Party and I went on to become Secretary and then Chair of the Labour Club.

Nineteen years later, I am an experienced campaigner with a proven track record as a councillor and a parliamentary candidate in the last three general elections. I’ve debated head to head in Parliamentary hustings with Government ministers. I’m ready to fight this General Election whenever it happens and am looking forward to presenting Labour’s case on the hustings, in the media and on the doorstep.




Latest News

'Winning on Brexit, Winning for Labour' with Chris Clark …

I believe Brexit is a mistake, and a Tory ‘hard Brexit’ must be stopped at all costs. I believe that there should be a second referendum on the terms of deal, with the option of rejecting Brexit. H...

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Where Chris stands on Local Issues

  Taking a stand against a damaging Brexit The majority of people in this constituency, like me, voted to Remain. I’m proud that my union, TSSA, has stood up for freedom of movement of pe...

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Chris shortlisted for Cities of London & Westminster

Transport worker Chris Clark has been placed on the shortlist of potential Labour candidates for the Cities of London & Westminster Interviews took place on 12th December, and local party membe...

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Labour Launch their 2017 General Election Manifesto

Labour’s manifesto has been published. You helped us build this exciting and responsible programme of hope — and I wanted you to see what we have created together and what we are offerin...

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@AdamHug Only “hardly surprising” if self-interest rather than public service has historically been assumed to be p…
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RT @davidschneider: “If only there were some way to encourage more students from poorer backgrounds” says government that scrapped bursarie…
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Excellent response on the #LabourDoorstep in #Fairfield this evening
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RT @CBTransport: We're looking for a new CEO. After 30 amazing years, @StephenJoseph7 is stepping down in the Autumn, so if you have strong…
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