May 05, 2015
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Fifteen for 2015 Pamphlet Launch

Today the Young Fabians launch the digital pamphlet, Fifteen for 2015, profiling members of Labour's next generation. Inside the pamphlet you can read detailed interviews with fifteen Labour Prospective Parliamentary Candidates (PPCs) and delve into personalised fact files to discover more about those who seek your vote on May 7.

Today the Young Fabians launch the digital pamphlet, Fifteen for 2015, profiling members of Labour's next generation.

Inside the pamphlet you can read detailed interviews with fifteen Labour Prospective Parliamentary Candidates (PPCs) and delve into personalised fact files to discover more about those who seek your vote on May 7.

Each day from April 21 to May 6, one interview will feature on the Anticipations blog as a standalone article allowing members to get up close and personal with some of Labour's future stars.

This editorial project was developed by a group of Young Fabians members and commissioned by the Executive Committee in January 2014.

The editors would like to thank Iain McNicol, General Secretary of the Labour Party, for writing the foreword, as well as contributors Joe Jervis, Ollie MacArthur, and Rishi Patel.

The editors also extend their thanks to each of the fifteen candidates who took part, and wish them all the best of luck on election day.

You can read the pamphlet here.

The Young Fabians Fifteen for 2015:

  1. Amina Lone- Morecambe and Lunesdale
  2. Jo Stevens- Cardiff Central 
  3. James Frith- Bury North
  4. Steve Race- East Devon 
  5. Amanjit Jhund- East Dunbartonshire 
  6. Rowenna Davis- Southampton Itchen
  7. Emily Brothers- Sutton and Cheam
  8. Veronica King- Elmet and Rothwell 
  9. Rupa Huq- Ealing Central and Acton
  10. Ollie Middleton- Bath 
  11. Will Martingdale- Battersea
  12. Lisa Forbes- Peterborough 
  13. Wes Streeting- Ilford North
  14. Jess Asato- Norwich North 
  15. Melanie Onn- Great Grimsby