Election candidate questions West Norfolk town's rules
An election candidate who was barred from having a stall in Downham has warned the rule could make politicians even more remote from the people they seek to represent.
Town council officials have defended their stance against a request made by Ruth Jolley, amid claims of double standards.
But Ms Jolley, who has been nominated as the Brexit Party’s candidate for the South West Norfolk constituency at the next general election, fears it could disengage even more people from the political process.
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