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Steve
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15/03/2019 11:13 pm  

Post materials here. You can only post materials in your targetted constituencies. Please specify constituency (or constituencies) you are posting materials in. You can use the same materials in each targeted constituency.

Leaflet/Billboard - £10,000 (per constituency)

Visit (with speech, mainstreeting, or canvassing) - £5,000 (per constituency)

Labour targets (as of Saturday)

  • Dundee West
  • Carlisle
  • High Peak
  • Great Yarmouth
  • Watford
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Juliet Manning
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16/03/2019 11:40 am  

Billboard (Watford) - £10,000

Rt Hon. Juliet Manning MP, MSc (UCL)
MP for Luton South
Secretary of State for the Home Department
Minister for Defence
Lord High Chancellor


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Juliet Manning
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16/03/2019 12:16 pm  

Billboard (all targets) - £50,000

Rt Hon. Juliet Manning MP, MSc (UCL)
MP for Luton South
Secretary of State for the Home Department
Minister for Defence
Lord High Chancellor


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Juliet Manning
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16/03/2019 2:08 pm  

Billboard (Carlisle, Watford and High Peak)

 

 

Rt Hon. Juliet Manning MP, MSc (UCL)
MP for Luton South
Secretary of State for the Home Department
Minister for Defence
Lord High Chancellor


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Jack Woods
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MP for Liverpool Walton
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Posts: 18
17/03/2019 11:17 pm  

Jack Woods visited High Peak to canvass about Labour’s plan to end the brutal Tory-LibDem austerity and build a just economy. (£5,000)

On Workers Rights: One of the most abhorrent lasting legacies of the Tory-Liberal Democrat coalition of chaos has been the explosion of exploitative zero-hours contracts. In opposition, Labour pushed to end abusive exclusivity clauses which severely restrict workers rights and in government we will push to build an economy that works for all, creating fulfilling jobs that pay just wages, jobs that provide certainty and stability. This election is between a Tory Party that left workers to fend for themselves while granting a Christmas list full of goodies for the few, the Liberal Democrats who were happy to go along with it, and Labour who will fight to uplift the many.

 

On Regressive Policies like the Bedroom Tax: The Bedroom Tax epitomizes the devastating consequences of Dylan Macmillan and the Tory’s commitment to savage austerity in which working people are expected to pay more while the most well-off receive tax cuts. Labour will put an immediate end to this regressive and discriminatory policy and work to empower working families by lifting the personal allowance to £10,000 and increasing the minimum wage to £8.

 

On the NHS: The coalition’s shameful cuts to the NHS have been nothing short of devastating. Waiting times have dramatically risen, including for essential care such as cancer treatment and frontline services have suffered.. Labour will save our NHS in government, reversing the Tory’s appalling regimen of cuts and neglect, hiring 3,000 more frontline staff, 15,000 nurses, and increasing the number of beds by 12,500. While the Tories have brutally sacrificed care upon the altar of austerity, Labour will fight for a dignified, properly staffed, and funded, humane health system.

Jack Woods
Labour MP for Liverpool Walton
Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport
Shadow Secretary of State for Regions and Local Government
Parliamentary: 9
Media: 30
Policy: 9


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Bertie
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Anthony B.C. Wilson MP
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18/03/2019 1:36 pm  

Shadow Education Secretary Bertie Wilson visited Great Yarmouth Charter Academy and other target constituencies to explain to local parents and teachers about Labour's education policy. (£25,000)

On class sizes: The Conservative Policies enacted have cut education funding, the Goverment has abandon our children and it has resulted in falling standards, growing class sizes and a serious lack of books and equipment. The Labour Party has been, and is, always dedicated to education and I am proud to represent great policies. The Labour Party aims to cut class sizes, not school funds, to just 20 pupils per teachers for children under the ages of  ten. This will create easier classes, more teacher contact time and produce better learners and yield greater benefits for pupils later in life. In addition, all classes for ten year olds to sixteen years old will be cut to 25 pupils per teacher. A greater bond between teacher and student, greater access as well, shall reduce stress during exam season and support our young adults forward in their education.

On School Aid: We understand that pupils come from varied and diverse backgrounds, some of which lack the support they require. All children from families that earn less than £22,500 shall recieve free schools meals if they wish. Also, children under ten years of age shall be allowed to consume healthy school meals for no cost at all. We believe that as well as building up the youth, feeding active learning minds, that this will keep focus on futures not food. In addition, a new fund will be discreetly available to parents - those that can't afford uniforms, fieldtrips and extra-crirulatar activities can seek direct payments to the school that will cover the costs, ensuring the children don't miss out on the trip to the local zoo, or joining, making friends, in the local football team.

On equipment and facilities: The Labour Party strongly agree that Britain is the best and therefore must have the best. The new investment of £3.6 billion into freshening and updating the equipment and facilities in schools across the country. Making sure the children have the best to learn from is the priority and the Labour Party is committed to delivering the resources that enables the next generation. The pennies of savings the Conservatives have made from scores of cuts have hamper their futures; Labour won't steal from our children.

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Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 9
Media: 21
Policy: 6


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Kevin Davidson
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18/03/2019 11:57 pm  
 

Kevin Davidson MP, visited Dundee West and spoke at the Victoria Docks (£5000)

On the SNP & the Union: The SNP is promising Scotland the world. Suffice to say they won't be able to have the clout they promise. Make no mistake about it, this is an election of two different ideologies - between a progressive Labour Party and regressive Tory one. If you believe this is the election in which to give us in the Labour Party a bloody nose, I say: Think it through. This election is going to determine not only the future of Scotland but the whole of the UK - whether we want an end to austerity, a fairer society and a stronger relationship with the EU - and we will fight tirelessly on these matters. An SNP win in Scotland will only contribute to further cuts, North and South, by allowing the Tories the numbers to get back in. I understand fully that plenty of people here feel let down by Westminster, but on my word I will always stand up for Scotland, political affiliation aside. The Party as a whole accepts and understands that most people want more powers and we'll argue the case for more powers for taxation and spending, allowing the money raised in Scotland to be spent in Scotland. 

A Labour victory at the election will ensure Scotland is listened to again. A Tory victory and your voice is silenced, an SNP victory here will give you a voice, but a muzzled one at best. We've achieved so much together to be proud of as one unified country with four amazing parts - I will fight to defend this but I am not blind to the fact that change is needed. To the people of Dundee, and to Scotland, I ask for your trust once more in this Party and allow us to deliver the change you seek.

 


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Juliet Manning
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19/03/2019 1:27 pm  

Leaflet in all constituencies (two sides)

 

 

Rt Hon. Juliet Manning MP, MSc (UCL)
MP for Luton South
Secretary of State for the Home Department
Minister for Defence
Lord High Chancellor


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Juliet Manning
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19/03/2019 1:32 pm  

Billboard in all constituencies

Rt Hon. Juliet Manning MP, MSc (UCL)
MP for Luton South
Secretary of State for the Home Department
Minister for Defence
Lord High Chancellor


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Joseph Allen
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19/03/2019 3:27 pm  

Canvassing x5.

Joseph Allen visited each Labour target constituency

NHS - Labour is the only party who will defend universal healthcare free at the point of need from cradle to grave. Many Tories UKIP are openly in favour of privatisation and linked to private medical companies.

 

Education: Labour would support school with the resources they need.

Austerity: Austerity is a political choice by the Tories to wage a war on vulnerable communities that has all the hallmarks of social engineering. Labour would secure the recovery with public investment in infrastructure and public services to promote growth and stimulate economy.

 

Housing - Labour will restart public house building. The right to shelter is a human right and the provision of safe secure affordable housing benefits everyone.

 

Member of Parliament for Blaenau Gwent
Total Experience: 29
Parliamentary: (5)
Media: (15)
Policy: (9)


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Ariadne "Ari" Suchet
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19/03/2019 11:26 pm  

Ari Suchet Canvassed all of the Labour Targets. (Canvassing * 5) 

The Rt Hon Ariadne "Ari" Suchet MP
Member of Parliament for Holborn and St Pancras
The Prime Minister
Leader of the Labour Party

Parliamentary: 9
Media: 28 Novice (19 base +1 Media I/ +4 Media IV /+2 for Leader's Debate/+1 for Press Cycle 11/+1 for Press Cycle 12 )
Policy: 9


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Bertie
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Anthony B.C. Wilson MP
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19/03/2019 11:35 pm  

Target: Dundee West

Anthony Bertram Charles Wilson, MP for Darlington.
Parliamentary: 9
Media: 21
Policy: 6


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