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Download mp3(16Kbps) No No No No No No No No. Download German German how to get one in 2019 link Cle had initially said that she planned to run in a local village election, but later announced that she had no plans to do so. She was officially registered with the Electoral Commission on April 22, 2015. The scandal led to the dissolution of Cle's ruling party in December 2015, leaving her without an official party affiliation. In the run-up to the 2015 general election, Cle supported the Liberal Democrats. In the 2015 general election, Cle stood in the Pudsey constituency, finishing in second place with 6,693 votes. Following her re-election, Cle announced that she would be standing in the neighbouring Kirklees constituency in the 2016 United Kingdom local elections. In the 2016 United Kingdom local elections, Cle finished in second place, with 6,429 votes, behind the Conservative Party candidate. Cle was re-elected as an Independent Member of Parliament in the 2017 United Kingdom general election, winning 6,533 votes in the Central Ribble constituency. She was re-elected in the 2019 United Kingdom general election, winning 8,918 votes. In May 2018, Cle launched a lawsuit against the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, whom she accused of having "subverted" the result of the 2017 United Kingdom local elections. Cle argued that Bercow had deliberately ignored a petition from hundreds of local Conservative associations and voters that were signed by 23,000 people. Cle claimed that, had Bercow admitted the petition, it could have swayed votes in the constituency to leave the Conservative Party, instead of remaining with the Liberal Democrats. Cle also said that Bercow was in breach of the Standing Orders of the House of Commons. Cle met in March 2020 with the leader of the Green Party, Caroline Lucas, in a bid to form an official electoral pact in her 2019 United Kingdom general election campaign. Lucas called on Cle to quit the Conservative Party. Cle said that she is "very happy to talk to other people" about a potential electoral pact, but that she was committed to "standing alone". Cle was backed by the UK Independence Party, which is considering endorsing her in the upcoming general election. Electoral history Parliamentary elections Local elections References Category:1983 births Category:Living people Category:21st-century British




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