Three headlines to consider before casting your vote
- British Steel has today been thrown into liquidation. The Government says there’s nothing it can do. Trade union leaders predict the ‘wholesale economic collapse’ of towns like Scunthorpe, across the United Kingdom
- Theresa May now bunkered down inside Downing Street, refusing to speak to her own ministers. It’s the endgame, and the Government is now openly at war with itself
- The Brexit Party maintains its ghoulish march, polling above 30 per cent in the final days. Farage’s ‘Vote Now, Pay Later’ scam is capturing the desperate national mood
Labour alone has a vision that can bridge the divides and begin the work of rebuilding our battered nation. It won’t be easy, and it’s not a quick fix. But a vote for Labour on May 23rd will be an affirmation of hope in a landscape of despair. One more step – towards a new social and economic contract, for a country rebuilt on principles of social and economic inclusion.
We know exactly what the alternative looks like.
Please cast your vote tomorrow for the many not the few.
Your polling station is on your poll card, or find it here . You don’t need the poll card to vote.
The South West region, which includes Cheltenham, will choose 6 MEPs.
Labour candidates, some of whom have been speaking at hustings in Gloucester and Cheltenham, are:
🌹 Lord Andrew Adonis
🌹 Jayne Kirkham
🌹 Neil Guild
🌹 Yvonne Atkinson
🌹 Sadik Al-Hassan
You vote for the party not the candidate – the number of Labour votes decides how many Labour MEPs we will have.
Labour’s European Parliament election manifesto is here