Andy Stranack

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Andy Stranack was the Conservative Party Parliamentary candidate in the 2012 Croydon North by-election. He stood in Camberwell and Peckham in the 2010 general election, and was on the Conservative Party list for the 2012 London assembly elections.

Faith Schools

On his 2012 by-election campaign website, concerning Croydon schools:

Hindu-ethos school
We have a number of great Christian schools in the borough and the Al Khair Islamic school. It would be great to have a Hindu-ethos school. Our Conservative Council is working with the Avanti Trust to help them bid for funding and our candidate, Andy Stranack, will do everything he can to help.[1]


In November 2012, the "Inside Croydon" blog sent a number of questions to the Croydon North by-election candidates. Mr Stranack's answers can be found at:

On the issue of abortion, one question was "Should the term for abortion be shorter than 24 weeks?". Mr Stranack answered:

My main concern is that children with disabilities can be aborted after the 24-week limit. I think that this sets a precedent at the very start of life that people with disabilities are second-class citizens. The truth is that every human being is a mixture of abilities and disabilities and we need to be honest about this fact.[2]



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