Social workers to be 'new blood' for Tories

August 2009
Community Care;8/13/2009, Issue 1783, p11
The article reports that several social workers have applied to stand as Conservative Party candidates in the next election in Great Britain. Party chair Eric Pickles said that several social workers, along with doctors and community nurses, had applied to be candidates after party leader David Cameron decided to reopen its candidates' list in May 2009.


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