February 13, 2015

Why I’m Campaigning for Jo – Lilian

I campaign for Jo because I feel that I have a responsibility to do all I can to create a fairer society, one that is built on a level playing field and in which where you started in life has no reflection on where you finish. The Labour Party is the only party which shares my values. Campaigning is my …

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February 11, 2015

Unions Together Profile

This week my profile is featured on the Unions Together website. Unions Together are profiling Labour Parliamentary candidates who are part of the trade union movement. Click here to read the full article.

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February 10, 2015

Lib Dems Need to Answer for Their Record in Government

This week the Liberal Democrats have announced that they want to see 1 million more women in work by 2020. No one can argue that this is not a welcome and necessary ambition. In light of this announcement, however, it’s important that the Liberal Democrats’ record on delivering for women whist they’ve been in Government for the past 5 years …

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February 7, 2015

Campaign Day in Adamsdown with Fiona Mactaggart MP

Despite our sorrows at Wales losing the first match of the Six Nations tournament on Friday night, our campaign team were up bright and early this morning to talk to voters in Adamsdown about our priorities for the General Election. We were joined by Fiona Mactaggart, MP for Slough, who enjoyed a positive campaigning session with us, and even met …

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February 5, 2015

No Vote Means No Voice

Today is National Voter Registration Day. This year, more than any other year, civic society groups and organisations across the UK are urging everyone to register to vote ahead of May’s General Election. The current UK Government have rushed ahead with implementing a new voter registration system requiring every person to individually register to vote. As a result, nearly 1 …

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