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A new Pie Shop in Hanley proposed to replace UKIP’s campaign office has been met with a wave of support.
Over 35 independent chefs have offered to volunteer their services to a new fundraising campaign, which to hopes to reclaim the former Chatwins shop in Hanley as a pop up pie shop and community space.
Stoke-on-Trent has been under the political microscope in recent months following the resignation of Tristram Hunt in January.
Many events have shaped the outcome of the by-election, leading to Gareth Snell being elected for Stoke-on-Trent Central on February 23.
Anti-UKIP protesters were refused entry to a rally at the Victoria Hall, Hanley last night.
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall and former leader Nigel Farage today visited Hanley to throw their weight behind Nuttall’s campaign to become Stoke-on-Trent Central’s new MP.
The duo visited local café Harley’s bar before greeting the public at UKIP’s headquarters.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has urged Stoke-on-Trent people to vote to leave the European Union.
Mr Farage spoke at a rally, supporting Brexit, at the Victoria Hall in Hanley.
Stoke-on-Trent General Election candidates locked horns in a Question Time style debate chaired by Staffordshire University professor of politics Mick Temple.
Hundreds packed into Staffordshire University’s new Science Building on Leek Road as audience members fired questions at the candidates on a range of major issues.
Stoke-on-Trent Central MP Tristram Hunt blasted rivals UKIP days after they secured their second seat in Parliament, branding them the “politics of anger”.
A UKIP candidate in Stoke-on-Trent claims Labour and Conservative opponents are “scared” after his party’s sensational by-election win.
Mick Harold, who will stand in Stoke Central against Tristram Hunt, has said the win in Clacton and result in Heywood and Middleton will help his party to success in the General Election.
City Independent Anthony Munday has won the by-election in Baddeley, Milton and Norton.
Mr Munday received 861 votes, 32% overall, beating off nine other candidates.