Sir Michael Celebrates 35 Years

Sir Michael this week celebrated the 35th anniversary since he, and 100 other Conservative MPs, first entered Parliament. He started out as MP for Darlington in 1983, where he remained until 1992. In 1997, he became your MP for Sevenoaks.

Sir Michael was joined by 9 fellow MPs (pictured).

Back row: Sir David Amess (Basildon), Sir Greg Knight (Derby North), Sir David Evennett (Erith and Crayford), Sir Henry Bellingham (North West Norfolk) Front row: Sir Christopher Chope (Southampton Itchen), Alistair Burt (Bury North), Sir Nicholas Soames (Crawley), Sir Michael Fallon, (Darlington), Sir Edward Leigh (Gainsborough & Horncastle), Sir Roger Gale (North Thanet)
Back row: Sir David Amess (Basildon), Sir Greg Knight (Derby North), Sir David Evennett (Erith and Crayford), Sir Henry Bellingham (North West Norfolk)
Front row: Sir Christopher Chope (Southampton Itchen), Alistair Burt (Bury North), Sir Nicholas Soames (Crawley), Sir Michael Fallon, (Darlington), Sir Edward Leigh (Gainsborough & Horncastle), Sir Roger Gale (North Thanet)

 

Michael becomes official Conservative candidate for Sevenoaks

Michael has handed in his nomination form to become the official prospective parliamentary Conservative candidate for Sevenoaks.

At the event, Michael said: ‘This is the most important election for years. Over the next four weeks, I will be campaigning for live casinos Canada every vote in Sevenoaks, Swanley, Westerham and every village.’

The forms were handed to the Returning Officer, Dr Pav Ramewal, as soon as the nomination form collections opened.