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Paul Kennedy is a Town Ward resident, having lived in Barclay Road for nearly 20 years. A lawyer with two teenage children, he is a longstanding member of his local PTA and the Lady Margaret Music Society, and a supporter of the London Cycling Campaign, the National Trust and the Green Liberal Democrats.

He stood for the ward in the Council elections in 2005 and again in the by-election in October 2009 that followed the death of Councillor Antony Lillis, when he and the Liberal Democrats pushed Labour into third place.

"We have a chance to bring local democracy back to Fulham. Because of the disproportionate way our winner-takes-all voting system operates, all the councillors in Fulham are Conservatives.

Labour have given up here, and there is nobody on the Council to hold the administration to account on behalf of local residents.

The Fulham Tories, with no working opposition tto scrutinise them, have signed up to an extreme right-wing agenda, apparently more interested in pandering to commercial developers and other interests than in putting residents first.

Fulham needs local councillors who will listen to residents' concerns and stand up for them in the Council."

Contact Paul at paul@hflibdems.org.uk, or write to him at Fulham Liberal Democrats, 26 Barclay Road, Fulham, SW6 1EH.