Well Done Yasmin!!!!!!

Yasmin Qureshi PPC!Brilliant news reached me last night that Yasmin Qureshi, a formidable Labour party activist I know, has been selected as the Labour Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the Bolton South East constituency!

The Bolton South East constituency is currently held by Brian Iddon MP, with a whopping 11,000 Labour majority.

Barring a major catastrophe for Labour at the next General Election, Yasmin’s selection as Bolton Labour’s next parliamentary candidate, virtually guarantees her becoming Britain’s first ever British Pakistani female MP!

I am absolutely delighted for you, Yasmin, and wish you all the best for a glittering future parliamentary career!


8 thoughts on “Well Done Yasmin!!!!!!”

  1. Dear Miranda

    Thnak you for your kind words.

    I hope to see you when I come down to London.

    Yasmin Qureshi

  2. Good news.

    More diversity in the House of Commons is something Labour should strive to achieve

    When will we see Miranda Grell MP??

  3. Flattery will get you everywhere, dear Calvin 🙂

    Have a good week.

    Miranda. xx

  4. Hi Yasmin/Miranda

    I have just been shortlisted for the Keighley & Ilkley constituency in West Yorkshire it is where Ann Cryer MP is standing down. I am one of 5 shortlisted of an AWS and the only local candidate who has come forward. I am trying to speak to as many women as possible about their experiences at Hustings and would welcome an opportunity to speak to you! Miranda YOU NEVER KNOW you could the next MP for your area! I never thought I would get the opportunity let alone get shortlisted so if I can do it anyone can! Kaneez.

  5. Dear Kaneez, first of all a HUGE congratulations on making the shortlist. PPC selections are TOUGH so I wish you all the best.

    I have passed on your message to Yasmin.

    Very well done again.

    It will be great to have another woman from an BME background in Parliament!

    All the best with the campaigning!


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