Jonathan Hunt is a former LibDem councillor, remembered as exposing corruption by council officers affecting black entrepreneurs. He was founder chair of Camberwell & Peckham in 1974, and has been a Liberal and LibDem parliamentary candidate, plus serving on party committees at all levels.
He was an officer of Ethnic Minority LibDems for nine years, and remains an active campaigner against racism and for racial harmony. He and wife Veronica have brought up two black adopted sons, now in their 'Thirties.
Jonathan is a financial journalist by trade working on such national newspapers as the Observer, Today and FT. He is a long-standing Dulwich Hamlet season-ticket holder and is fighting hard to save the club.
Columba Blango was a councillor for 17 years, becoming the first African mayor of Southwark.
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