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Local Elections: ‘We’ve done all we can’ - Romford Conservative Association chairman

12:31 23 May 2014

Cllr Osman Dervish (left) with Boris Johnson and other members of the Romford Conservative Association and Syed Kamall (centre), Tory MEP for London

Cllr Osman Dervish (left) with Boris Johnson and other members of the Romford Conservative Association and Syed Kamall (centre), Tory MEP for London

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The chairman of the Romford Conservative Association believes his party has done all it can in the build up to the election.

Cllr Osman Dervish said: “It’s an exciting day. We have done all we can.”

When asked about the threat of Ukip, he added: “It has a presence, but when we start talking about local elections, it’s the Conservatives that people talk about.”

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