The Residents' Association of London is a minor political party in the United Kingdom, based in the London Borough of Havering, where it holds 13 seats on the council, and is the second largest party after the Conservatives.
Policies of the group include supporting the construction of a local casino, while opposing current plans for what they see as low quality housing in the area. They also claim that discussion on immigration has been suppressed and the Labour Party are "out of step with people's view on uncontrolled immigration." They are opposed to an EU Constitution
In the 2005 UK general election, it stood two candidates who won a total of 1,850 votes.
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