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About Chris

Chris, 37, was born in Maidstone and attended Maidstone Grammar School before taking a degree in English at King's College London.

Chris has worked in the rail industry for 17 years, in both the public and private sectors.

Chris sits on the executive committee of his trade union, the Transport Salaried Staffs' Association, and is a seasoned campaigner to bring Britain's railway network into public ownership.

Chris is also a member of the British Humanist Association and the Campaign for Real Ale, and a season ticket at Crystal Palace Football Club.

Chris was Labour's Parliamentary Candidate for Sevenoaks in 2015 and relished the opportunity to challenge the incumbent Member of Parliament, Conservative Michael Fallon, on his government's miserable record.

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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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Save our Schools from Tory Cuts

To give an example, Horton Kirby CofE Primary is to lose a whopping £265 per pupil by 2019. Labour’s Chris Clark is pictured at the school and is pledged to oppose this. The Horizon Pr...

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Meet Chris Clark - Candidate for Sevenoaks

Who do you do for work? I work for Transport for London in employee communications, which is basically writing the staff magazine and things like that. I'm also a rep with my union, TSSA. What was...

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Chris Clark welcomes election 'rematch' in Sevenoaks

Sevenoaks Labour Party has confirmed that rail campaigner Chris Clark will again spearhead its campaign to unseat Conservative MP, Michael Fallon. Chris, 37, was born in Maidstone and attended Maid...

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Excellent evening up Petticoat Tower with @LabourPortsoken doing #labourdoorstep for William Campbell-Taylor,… https://t.co/DQVpe6STR1
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Go to @sohotheatre and check out trenchant feminist comedy critique of modern arts reviews, #WildBore, for no appar… https://t.co/IrDR4Wut37
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RT @FisherAndrew79: Not a penny more for mental health services Not a penny more for adult social care Not a penny more for the Police Not…
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