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  • I'M NOT CURRENTLY AN MP, AS PARLIAMENT HAS BEEN DISSOLVED UNTIL AFTER THE GENERAL ELECTION

  • I'M NOT CURRENTLY AN MP, AS PARLIAMENT HAS BEEN DISSOLVED UNTIL AFTER THE GENERAL ELECTION

  • I'M NOT CURRENTLY AN MP, AS PARLIAMENT HAS BEEN DISSOLVED UNTIL AFTER THE GENERAL ELECTION

  • I'M NOT CURRENTLY AN MP, AS PARLIAMENT HAS BEEN DISSOLVED UNTIL AFTER THE GENERAL ELECTION

  • I'M NOT CURRENTLY AN MP, AS PARLIAMENT HAS BEEN DISSOLVED UNTIL AFTER THE GENERAL ELECTION

  • I'M NOT CURRENTLY AN MP, AS PARLIAMENT HAS BEEN DISSOLVED UNTIL AFTER THE GENERAL ELECTION

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    Tories are Destroying the NHS

    The Tories are destroying the #NHS. Huge cuts have left staff overworked, undervalued, and as a result at danger of putting patients at risk. At PMQ’s Theresa May stood up and said that she believes the Tories have poured record funding into the health service, and that this is a record to be proud of.
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    Vernon to stand for General Election in Gedling!

      I am proud to announce that I will be standing again in Gedling on 8th June as your local candidate. It has been a huge honour to represent Gedling as a Labour MP over the last twenty years. I will be standing on my record locally as a community-focused MP who has worked hard in every part of Gedling.
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    Local Labour Campaigning

      Fantastic efforts from all over Gedling this weekend in the run up to the county council elections. The campaigning throughout the weekend was full of energy, highlighting important issues like the social care crisis, the grammar school plan and new carer allowance money. The Tories have proposed that nearly a million pounds out of the social care budget for next year, they are on an ideologically driven grammar school mission that will see our schools suffer. 
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    Focusing on grammar schools will not improve social mobility

        The Tories love to drive forward a campaign that us backed by little evidence (just think back to that £350 million pounds a week for the NHS Brexit bus, or Theresa May’s recent ‘no-deal is better than a bad deal’ statement.) The government’s push towards the development of grammar schools is no different. 
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