The candidate chosen was the author and jouralist Christian Wolmar. What policy positions you get from a Labour candidate these days is a bit of a lottery, but he appears to have been against Brexit and to be against a third runway at Heathrow.
He has also been a vocal critic of Jeremy Corbyn, having sent many tweets saying he should not be the party's leader.
I retweeted several of these this afternoon: now I find they have disappeared down Labour's memory hole.
But this one survived:
And Steve Cooke took the precaution of tweeting screen captures, so here they are:I'm afraid @jeremycorbyn , your time is up. For the sake of the party you have to resign and not stand again. Yes politics is dirty, but...— Wolmar for Richmond (@wolmarforlondon) June 28, 2016
One unique Wolmar policy has survived the purge:
New post: Time to ban toilet paper https://t.co/09MvtZyOrI— Christian Wolmar (@christianwolmar) September 15, 2016