Jane Kennedy slams Peter Kilfoyle's 'little Liverpool' campaign

By David Bartlett on Jun 20, 12 01:36 PM in Labour

Jane_Kennedy_June2012.jpgLabour's police and crime commissioner candidate Jane Kenendy has taken a swipe at defeated rival Peter Kilfoyle for his tactics during the selection process.

Ms Kennedy is the subject of the Big Interview in tomorrow's Liverpool's Post.

In the interview she had this to say about Mr Kilfoyle's campaign which emphasised his local roots.

"I was very hurt by the 'little Liverpool' campaign. I chose to live in Liverpool, I have lived here for 35 years my family is here, my sons have made their families here.

"I thought it was terribly misjudged to suggest that I had to be born and bred here in Liverpool before I could be the best candidate.

"I am glad the Labour party rejected the little Liverpool pitch."

Read the full interview in tomorrow's Liverpool Post.


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