Peter Ashurst for a Labour Win in Esher & Walton

by Julie Crook in Hersham, England, United Kingdom

Peter Ashurst for a Labour Win in Esher & Walton
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On 21st December 2019 we successfully raised £335 with 14 supporters in 28 days

Campaigning for a Labour win in Esher and Walton

by Julie Crook in Hersham, England, United Kingdom

Peter is a Walton on Thames resident. He is a committed campaigner and is passionate about the Green New Deal. Peter is appalled to see the rise in unemployment and food bank use locally and nationally as families are driven into poverty by welfare and public spending cuts. We need a Green New Deal creating sustainable jobs for all. He also believes that no one should need to rely on a foodbank in Britain in 2019 that’s why he supports a Right to Food. Labour will invest in local services and businesses to create growth and prosperity, rather than prioritising unsustainable cutbacks and closures.  Bus services have been devastated by the Conservatives, Labour will ensure that councils improve them.

Labour are the best placed party to stop Raab - in 2015 & 2017 we came second in Esher and Walton. The Lib Dems are not 'winning here'. This election will shape Britain for generations to come and it is about so much more than Brexit - which has divided us for too long. It is about the type of country we want to be.

After 9 years of austerity brought about by the Conservative and Lib Dem Coalition in 2010, we have seen services decimated. Peter will work to open Sure Start centres locally - ensuring  all our children get the best start in life, and he will demand our local services are properly funded. Whilst ensuring the next generation have the best start possible, Peter will work to provide them with the very best of futures. With only 11 years to tackle the climate catastrophe: it's Labour's Green New Deal or Johnson's Tory nightmare. On December 12th vote Labour for a fairer Britain. 

All funds raised will go towards leaflet printing, and other election expenses. 

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