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Politicians battle for Croydon Central seat

Croydon Central is likely to be one of the most closely fought seats in London in the 2015 election.

Labour needs a swing of 2.9% to remove the Conservatives, who won the seat from Labour in 2005.

BBC London is looking at some of the key battlegrounds being fought in the capital as part of the Every Vote Counts series.

BBC London's Katharine Carpenter spoke to Conservative candidate Gavin Barwell, Labour candidate Sarah Jones and UKIP candidate Peter Staveley.

Pictures courtesy of Pathe.

The known candidates for Croydon Central are:

April Ashley Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition Gavin Barwell Conservative Party Sarah Jones Labour Party James RobertFearnley Liberal Democrats Peter Staveley UK Independence Party (UKIP) Esther Sutton Green Party Martin Camden The UK Progressive Democracy Party.

  • 09 Apr 2015
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