Island Independents

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Island Independents
LeaderIan Stephens
Deputy LeaderShirley Smart
Founded2013
Headquarters54 Great Preston Road, Ryde. Isle of Wight PO33 1EF
Isle of Wight Council
8 / 40
Website
islandindependents.org.uk

The Island Independents are a political group who stood as mutually-supporting independent candidates for the 2013 Isle of Wight Council election. The group won 15 of the 40 seats, emerging as the joint-largest group on the council, but without an overall majority.[1] The group leader is Councillor Ian Stephens.

In the 2017 local elections the group had 22 candidates standing and became the largest group in opposition with 11 councillors.

Officers[edit]

Cllr Lora Peasey Wilcox is chairman of the council. Cllr Paul Fuller is Chair for Scrutiny.

The Association of Island Independents Chair - Peter Whiteman Deputy - Jonathan Bacon Secretary - Karen Lucioni Treasurer - Billy Hill


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Isle of Wight council administration to be formed by independents". BBC. 8 May 2013.

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