Commenting on today’s announcement from the British Standards Institute…
Kate joined Usdaw activists in the House of Commons on their campaign to persuade the Government to change Universal Credit rules that mean working people will only be allowed to keep 24p in every extra pound they earn….
Kate spoke in parliament against government plans to stop funding for the Council’s Trafford Assist programme next year…
We try to pack in as many meetings and visits as possible when I’m in the constituency. There are so many great organisations, groups and businesses to meet…..
Kate added her voice to the GO 20 campaign to make 20mph the default urban speed limit…
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Keep Stretford and Urmston Labour
Stretford and Urmston is a key seat here in the North West. It has been a constituency of strong Labour support for some time now, but that doesn’t mean we’re taking it for granted. I’m passionate about communicating with local people and learning more about the issues that matter to them. Donations can help us better connect with residents.
If you can give £20 today to Stretford and Urmston Labour Party, we’ll be able to print over a thousand leaflets asking people to take a second look at Labour, and take a long hard look at the Tories. If you give £100, this will enable us to make 100 calls to target voters.
Any donation you can afford will be very much appreciated.