Best of luck to the man. Refreshing to hear he has no Westminster aspirations and will be a "residential " MP should he be elected. Hopefully will kick some serious ar*e with the local council, live in hope. Got a stroppy look about him bit like Ray Malon (Robocop). Makes you wonder why Sedgefield Labour party picked a part Scottish educated liar, sorry lawyer, as their MP who must inwardly squeal when he's dragged off to the photo op down the Labour Club (have you ever seen a man pose more awkwardly with a pint ?). Him and the post box frog would have lasted 5 mins there in the 70's when the sunday lunch time strippers were brought on...............Not that she'd have been allowed in of course
There was a fair amount of scepticism as well as sympathy when Mr Keys announced his candidacy, but it is now clear that he is conducting a serious campaign and is making full use of the experienced advice available to him.