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Cancelled by the national parties

Have you received a leaflet or survey from a national political party about the local elections in May?

We have been edited out of a bar chart and not offered as an option in a question about voting intentions in the Tunbridge Wells Borough Council elections in May.

Are we seen as a threat to the national parties operating in the Borough of Tunbridge Wells?

Do the other parties not want you to know about our existence?

What do you think?

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