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Labour announce Nabila Ahmed as their parliamentary candidate for Hemel Hempstead
Nabila Ahmed has been selected as Labour’s candidate for the Hemel Hempstead constituency to stand in the next general election.
Nabila is currently a student at the University of Manchester studying for an MA Degree in International Political Economy. Her BA Degree was in Chinese and Economics at the School of Oriental and African Studies: University of London. She has previously lived in Taiwan for two years as part of her Bachelor’s degree and can speak fluent Mandarin Chinese. Whilst in Taiwan Nabila arranged a cultural exchange between Er Chong School in Taipei, Taiwan and Queens’ School, Bushey. The exchange has been very successful with the two schools now partner schools who conduct cultural exchanges every year.
Prior to her Master’s degree Nabila worked for the Labour party during the London council elections 2018 and her first graduate job was for a Chinese travel firm working as a Sales and Marketing Assistant. Last Christmas she worked in Royal Mail as a Christmas Casual in the sorting office and has been involved in Hemel Labour party working on the Dacorum Borough Council Elections campaign for 2019.
Speaking after the selection, Nabila Ahmed said:
“This Tory government has overseen the biggest cuts to our public services in a generation. The NHS and social care are in crisis, our schools are struggling under the weight of the budget cuts and cuts to police budgets are putting our safety at risk.
“People here in Hemel Hempstead need a representative that will put them first. I will work tirelessly between now and the election to let local people know this general election will be a choice between a Labour Party that will stand up for the many or a Conservative Party that only looks after the privileged few”.
For further information, please contact, Nabila Ahmed at: email@example.com