On the streets campaigning
There’s been no let up in pace of campaigning this week. In Westminster Rishi Sunak’s disastrous government staggers under the weight of another crisis of its own making. Yet again Conservative MPs are openly talking a leadership contest. We could be at the polls sooner rather later. Some think May next year, others think a snap election might be called early in the New Year if Sunak continues to struggle to control his Party.
In all of the Hexham Constituency, from Hexham, to Prudhoe, Ponteland, all along the Tyne Valley and across to Allendale and up to the Coquet Hills we’re ready to fight and win that election. We want to make history by electing Joe Morris as our first Labour MP.
This week Joe and an army of Labour activists have been out on the streets of Horsley, Throckley, Prudhoe, Callerton, Hexham and Newburn speaking to voters and listening to their despair at a tired, incompetent and out of touch Conservative government, lacking in policies and the answers to peoples’ concerns. The next election offers a chance to build a better Britain, a way of restoring hope and renewing our country,
We’ve also found time this week to have a little rest and relaxation with our Christmas socials. A well attended event in Prudhoe saw Angie Scott and Joe Morris meet members and interested locals and raise much needed funds for Angie’s Christmas appeal. With one in five children living in poverty in Northumberland after 13 disastrous years of Conservative government this appeal is working to bring some cheer into lives of those who need it most at Christmas.