Winter clothing being distributed after “Operation Warm” drive BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Thousands of clothing items will be going to people in need in the Buffalo area. True Bethel Baptist Church’s Mobile Outreach Ministry put on an “Operation Warm” donation drive this week. They collected more than 2,300 Winter coats, hats and gloves over a three-day period. “We have had an overwhelming demand for coats and hats from all over Western NY,” Elder Cambridge Boyd, the director of outreach for True Bethel Baptist Church, said. The clothes will be available at churches and community centers across Buffalo. Here are the locations for distribution events on Friday, January 5. Vive La Casa – Ferry & Moselle – 9:15a -10:15a Martha Mitchel Center – Kenfield/Langfield – 10:30a – 11:45a Friendship Baptist Church – 402 Clinton St. – 12:15p to 1:15p Matt Urban Hope Center – 400 Paderewski Dr. – 1:30p – 2:30p
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This means eight seats have had the choice of holding an open selection, and in all eight of those Labour chose men to contest the seat in the event of a snap election. Because of Labour's 119 female MPs; if the party was to hold on to all its seats, and win in all 25 selected so far, 47% of Labour MPs would then be female - far higher than anything any party has put forward in the Commons before. Labour has no party policies in place that would mean it has to run selections where the only candidates can be from black and minority ethnic backgrounds. This means all seats have been open in this regard but, despite this, every candidate selected by Labour so far has been ethnically white. Some 12% of Labour MPs are currently from a black and minority ethnic (BME) background - double the percentage of BME Conservative MPs. A problem for all parties before the 2017 snap election was trying to select a raft of candidates across the country in a very short period of time. Having fewer MPs in the first place, and more incumbent MPs choosing to retire than any other party (13), meant Labour had more selections to make than the Conservatives. Despite the original rush to select candidates before last year's election, many of them have been brought back to stand again next time the UK is asked to go to the polls. In 14 of the 25 seats selected so far, the local party has chosen the same candidate it had before, and in one other, the candidate has moved from a different constituency. Mhairi Threlfall, a Bristol city councillor, has moved from contesting Kingswood in 2017 to being named the candidate for Filton & Bradley Stoke. All of the seats in which Labour has scheduled selection contests in the next few months are in England and in Conservative-held seats.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-42735945