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Keith Ferry
Keith Ferry
Deputy leader, Harrow Council
Influences ● February 13, 2020

I’ve always admired Ken Livingstone. He was MP for Brent East, so I had quite a lot of workings with him when I was a councillor there. I was on his committee to get elected as London Mayor in 2000. I always felt he was a politician that never moved from his beliefs. Jeremy Corbyn too, to a certain extent. Whether you like him or you don't, he's never moved from his beliefs. I think that is very important in politics.

You’ve got people like Jacob Rees Mogg, who says: “I will never, ever vote for this withdrawal agreement. Oh, well, if the DUP say they’ll vote for it, I’ll vote for it.” That's where you lose all faith in pol...

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