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Mr. Reetendra Nath Banerji, a former Assistant Headmaster who completed his teacher training at the London Academy (formally Edgware school) on Spur Road, Edgware; now owner of UK based fin-tech startup Solidi, shall be standing as the Liberal Democrat candidate for Harrow East at the upcoming General Election. 

With a MBA from North Carolina, Mr. Banerji lectured in Economics prior to working with IT start ups in Silicon Valley during the initial dot com era.

Born and raised in West London, Mr. Banerji has a diverse CV, with experience in international business, the Territorial Army and Education, where he has been an Assistant Headteacher and a governor.

Speaking after his selection as the Liberal Democrat candidate, Reetendra Nath said “there is a lot of work to do locally to convince people I am the right choice, but I look forward to meeting local residents and proving to them I am someone who can represent them and fight for the issues that really concern local people locally and nationally.”

“Harrow East is lucky to have him as a candidate,” said the chair of Harrow Liberal Democrats, Mr. Philip Levy “Mr. Banerji will work hard for the communities of Harrow East and Queensbury and his past experience means he is no career politician. Simply someone who really wants to make a difference."


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