Morley & Outwood Campaign Centre is now open

Thank you to all the local activists who came along to the launch today

Today we formally opened our Campaign Centre in Morley. We’ve been campaigning regularly over the last five years but with the General Election now officially here we’ll be out every day, fighting for every vote.

There’s a huge amount at stake in Morley and Outwood. Tory plans mean deeper cuts to public services in our area – even bigger after the election than over the last five years – which go way beyond balancing the books. They could only be delivering by raising VAT again and putting our NHS at risk. Five more years of the Tories would be a disaster for the NHS, pensioners and working people in our area.

Labour’s plan will raise the minimum wage to £8 an hour, back Yorkshire jobs, expand free childcare for working parents, reduce taxes for low and middle income workers with a 10p starting rate of income tax, stop exploitative zero hours contracts and rebuild our NHS.

And I’ve made sure Labour policies are fully funded so people know what they’re getting when they vote. We can’t afford five more years of the Tories.

This weekend local activists have been out delivering 15,000 letters. I cooked a Chorizo and Pinto Bean Stew for everyone yesterday to keep them going.

Thank you to everyone who came along to help out.

And any constituents can let me know you’re supporting Labour by emailing me. Or you can reach the campaign centre on 0113 318 0202.

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Posted March 28th, 2015 by Ed