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Shaun Bailey makes Conservative’s Croydon South long list

GOOD ADVICE: Shaun Bailey, left, is a former adviser to Prime Minister David Cameron

SHAUN BAILEY has been announced as one of 15 people to have made the Conservative’s Croydon South long list.

Bailey, an ex-adviser for Prime Minister David Cameron, claimed he had been pushed out of Downing Street by David Cameron’s “clique” of Old Etonian aides when he lost his job as special adviser.

The community activist who stood unsuccessfully for the Conservative safe seat in Hammersmith and Fulham is now hoping to replace sitting MP Richard Ottaway in May 2015.

He is joined on the list by council leader Mike Fisher, Mayor of London Boris Johnson's deputy Kit Malthouse and 12 others.

The 15 aspiring candidates are expected to attend a series of interviews before they find out next week (November 12) if they have been chosen to represent the Tories for the seat at the next election.

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