Chris Vince out speaking to voters hours after GE announcement
Chris Vince out speaking to voters hours after GE announcement

LABOUR parliamentary candidate for Harlow & the Villages has issued a rallying cry after Prime Minister Rishi Sunak called a General Election today.

Chris Vince has described the General Election as a ‘chance to restore hope and pride in our country and our communities’, but warned that the result was anything but a foregone conclusion.

Reacting to the announcement of a General Election, Chris Vince said:

“The Tories have failed and it’s time for change.  Harlow is a fantastic place to live, work and invest in and now, more than ever, it needs an MP that can deliver for the people.

“Keir Starmer has changed Labour into a party that rolls up its sleeves and gets to work alongside people to solve the country’s problems.

“Only Labour has a long-term plan that will unleash a decade of national renewal. But the change we need won’t happen by itself. At this General Election we take nothing for granted. My team and I will work hard for every single vote until the polls close at 10pm on Thursday 4 July.”

Chris Vince lives in Harlow and is a Harlow councillor. He works for a local charity that supports

Young Carers having previously worked for a homeless charity and before that was a Maths teacher.

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