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Disabled Children Comment Councillor Stands For Re-election
3:22pm 5th April 2013
The Cornwall councillor who quit after saying disabled children should be put down is standing for re-election.
Colin Brewer's comments prompted a wave of anger across the Duchy.
Now he is standing as an independent in Wadebridge East.
He is up against:
Brian Bennetts - Conservative.
Roderick Harrison - UKIP
Labour's Adrian Jones - Labour
Steve Knightley - Liberal Democrats
Sarah Maguire - Independent
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