Bill Rammell
Bill Rammell's Letter

Dear Resident,

This Conservative government is the worst I have ever seen. It is divisive, incompetent, and overseeing the gradual decline of our towns and villages.

I was the Member of Parliament who represented you in Harlow between 1997 and 2010, and I know that it does not have to be like this.

When people say to me that all politicians are the same, that politics cannot make a difference, or that fighting for a better future is futile, I tell them what we achieved when I was a Member of Parliament and formed part of the last Labour Government.

The National Minimum Wage; the winter fuel allowance; the shortest NHS waiting times in
history-just 18 weeks; crime down by a third; the creation of Surestart; the Cancer Guarantee;
record attainment results in schools; more students at university than ever; the Disability
Discrimination Act; devolution; civil partnerships; peace in Northern Ireland; half a million
children out of poverty; maternity pay; paternity leave; a ban on cluster bombs; I could go on.

But the Conservative government that took over has left our country worse than they found it.

They have broken the fundamental promise of politics and ruptured the trust between the
voter and the Government.

That is why it is time for change. Robert Halfon is standing down, so the choice is between Labour’s Chris Vince or an unknown Tory candidate.

I have known Chris Vince for years and he is an incredible candidate. He is the right person to continue the tradition of Harlow MPs being fierce advocates for our town and its villages in the House of Commons. He will fight for you to have NHS appointments when you need it, bring investment to Harlow, tackle anti-social behaviour, tackle the cost-of-living crisis, and give our next generation the best start in life.

With every best wish,
Bill Rammell
Harlow MP 1997-2010

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