About Me

Jam

I live in Kensington, I grew up here, went to school locally, and then to work, and have raised our four children here with my husband Jamie.

I have been a school governor in North Kensington for over 20 years and have served as a Kensington and Chelsea Councillor, and previously an elected member of the GLA and Boris Johnson’s Deputy Mayor of London. I have useful experience both in the constituency and across London.

I wish to represent the people of Kensington whether or not you vote Conservative. If you do wish to contact the local Conservative office for Kensington, Chelsea and Fulham Conservatives the link is https://www.kcfc.org.uk.

During the election period, in order to observe the rules, we will not be able to respond to any campaign or policy related emails.

If you need assistance during the campaign, may I suggest you contact your Councillors, as they are not governed by parliamentary rules.

I support the PM – Theresa May and her new cabinet in delivering the long term economic plan that is vital to our economic recovery.

I will continue to raise the issues that are important to our local community:

  • Oppose the way that inconsiderate building projects disrupt the lives of our residents
  • Maintain the sense of family and community that makes Kensington such a special place to live
  • Increase employment opportunities in Kensington
  • Fight to end health inequalities in Kensington
  • Support the renegotiation of our membership terms with the European Union
  • Ensure that for any legislation that will directly affect Kensington that our viewpoint is clearly communicated.
  • Continue to work with our local residents associations to listen to local views.

Here is what Boris Johnson, Foreign Secretary and Ex Mayor for London has to say about Victoria

boris-johnson“Victoria was a great asset to my team, representing me at events across London and communicating my aims and visions to different communities in the city. She is a role model for women in politics, and has a wonderful empathy that people respond to.”

 

Elections – ARE YOU ON THE VOTING REGISTER? We have elections in May, and if you want to vote please make sure you are on the voting register. Remember there is a new system with Individual Voter Registration, so it is important to check you are on the NEW register.

Contact Electoral Services
Email: elect@rbkc.gov.uk
Electoral Helpline: 020 7361 3444 (Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm)

If there is any doubt that you may be away – apply for your postal vote now. Remember if you have a postal vote, you can still use it on the day if you are not away, but if you discover too late you are going to be away then it may be too late to apply for a postal vote. So if in doubt, I recommend you apply for a postal vote.

http://www.rbkc.gov.uk/council/localdemocracyandelections/registertovote.aspx or www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.

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