General Election 2019: Stamford and Grantham - Labour Kathryn Salt
Vote for change in Grantham and Stamford. Vote for Kathryn who would genuinely care and listen to you.
A people’s person who would be proud to do the job and represent you.
Labour will invest in our NHS so that our Nurses and Doctors are not overworked and people receive the correct care.
The restoration of the Grantham District Hospital A and E 24/7, will be one of my top priorities if
I will work with the community, to regenerate our High Streets, to ensure that we no longer have empty shops or people left without any hot water or heating, and help to eradicate poverty and food banks.
Our elderly will have dignity with free personal care. I am anti fox hunting and would work to tighten up the law and to prevent any form of animal cruelty.
Labour will build new council houses, in order for all to have accessible homes. We need to provide better youth provision and Labours policies on education will ensure smaller classes, free school meals, free adult education, restore maintenance grants and scrap tuition fees.
The nationalisation of water, electricity, gas, will mean that every household is £142 better off every
One in four of our children live poverty and rely on food banks.A Labour Government will increase the living wage to £10 per hour and scrap universal credit.I will also continue to fight to end period
I’ve worked with the 1950s WASPI women for several years, I am delighted a Labour government would compensate them
Only Labour has the sensible option for Brexit. A deal negotiated without the arbitrary red lines and a credible deal that works for all, that doesn’t threaten jobs.
Labours Green Industrial Revolution will help tackle our climate emergency with 320,000 apprenticeships to up skill the next generation of workforce in order to be able to deal with the existential threat that our country and our planet faces.
I would sincerely appreciate your support.A vote for me is a vote for hope and change, putting people before privilege.Thank
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