Election Masala TV

On this page, you’ll be able to find all of our election footage (let us know if you would like to feature). Enjoy!

 

The first ever UK election campaign song in Hindi! Listen to it here.

Shailesh Vara at the Eastern Eye Election Debate: 5 years ago, this country was on the brink.

In this video, Nick de Bois, the Conservative candidate for Enfield North (MP 2010-2015), talks about local small business (and a particular type of discount that many didn’t know they were entitled to…).

On April 18, Prime Minister David Cameron visited Guru Nanak Darbad Gurdwara in Gravesend, Kent.

“David Cameron has not just put his hand out and said ‘we’re here for you’ — we’ve actually done things and resolved issues that concern the Sikh community, so I think he’s been revolutionary in that sense.” — Samir Jassal, Conservative candidate for East Ham

In the video below, Ms Patel talks about some of her experiences of engaging with India and the Indian community in the UK. 

In a recent conversation with Justine Greening, Secretary of State for International Development, we talked about the changing face of India, and how the country’s speedy development is affecting its relations with the UK.

Eastern Eye Debate: Mr Gove replies in 4 distinctly formulated points to a question regarding growth and manufacturing.

Eastern Eye Debate: One member of the audience raised concerns about Ed Miliband’s lack of experience outside of politics.

Not to worry, quipped Michael Gove… (Football fans — with the possible exception of Leeds United supporters — will love this one.)

Amandeep Bhogal, the Conservative candidate for Upper Bann, reacts to the Conservative Manifesto. “We’re the only party that has the vision to represent all Britons .” 

Unveiling the Manifesto (April 14th): In a half hour long speech, Mr Cameron explained how the Conservative Party intends to secure the future, and he did so, partially, by making three new commitments to the British people.

1) Creating affordable homes for everyone

2)  30 hours a week of free childcare for three and four-year-olds, saving parents 5,000 a year

3) no income tax on anyone earning minimum wage – and as basic wage increases, so will the personal allowance

Mary Macleod (Brentworth & Isleworth) speaks at a #SmallBizLondon Summit about the importance of women who dare to become entrepreneurs and business leaders. 

Boris Johnson came to Harrow West on Friday (April 10th) afternoon to campaign with Conservative candidate Hannah David (and her army of supporters). “Hannah is a fantastic candidate,” said the Mayor of London.

In this video, Conservative PPC Mike Freer (MP for Finchley & Golders Green 2010-2015) talks about some of his most valued experiences & efforts as an MP. 

In this video, Conservative PPC Mike Freer (MP for Finchley & Golders Green 2010-2015) talks about the various needs of a very diverse community, and about what it means to, as an MP, respond to the calls of your constituents.

On the last day of this Parliament (26-03-2015) Stephen Hammond MP (Wimbledon) talks about one of the first things he did as an MP...

Matt Hancock MP (West Suffolk) tells the story of when he took the British Parliamentary Cricket Team to Dharamshala to play the Indian Parliamentary Team. The match was going fine until a particular Indian MP (and former pro cricketer) went up to bat…

Matt Hancock MP answers a question about faith schools in the UK. Footage taken at Conservative Friends of India’s Birmingham Dinner & Dance.

Kashmir Uppal is married to Paul Uppal MP (Wolverhampton South West). A solicitor and mother of three, she talks in this video about what it’s like to have a husband in Westminster.

March 18 George Osborne presented his final Budget before the 2015 general election. Mayuri Parmar shares her thoughts.

CF India Co-Chairman, Mr Ranjit Baxi, talks about the importance of voting in the general election on May 7th.

Co-chairman of Conservative Friends of India, Mr Ranjit Baxi, speaks to Secretary of State for N. Ireland, Ms Theresa Villiers, about her visit to the Golden Temple

An excited crowd sing and cheer as they await the unveiling of the Gandhi statue on Parliament Square in London

Croydon Central MP Gavin Barwell talks about the new Hindu ethos school in Croydon

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