Thanks to the amazing efforts of our campaign team, our second place to the Tories is truly historic. By doubling our vote on the 2015 General Election, Cotswolds Labour has shown what it can do when it takes its message to the people of The Cotswolds.
Cotswolds Labour parliamentary candidate Mark Huband takes the message to Cirencester College students
In an often heated debate at Cirencester College election hustings, Cotswolds Labour candidate Mark Huband confronted rival candidates for their record in government, and condemned Tory candidate Geoffrey Clifton-Brown for snubbing students by failing to show up at this important meeting
Our constituency-wide canvassing and leafleting by our fantastic team of Labour Party supporters across The Cotswolds, has been met with amazing support from voters who are hugely enthusiastic about our fully-costed Manifesto, and who want to see our country united by the decent, sensible policies which only the Labour Party is offering.
Labour Party parliamentary candidate for The Cotswolds Mark Huband today demanded that Cotswold District Council urgently finalise and publish its long-delayed Local Plan and fully explain its strategy to meet the housing crisis which is forcing young people from the area.
LibDem failure means that only a vote for LABOUR can bring change in The Cotswolds and across Britain
As the immensely important 8 June 2017 General Election day approaches, the people of The Cotswolds are faced with a stark choice: either, vote for a Conservative Party whose deep uncertainty over Britain’s future place in the world is matched by the failure of its leader as Home Secretary for six years to take the steps vital to keeping our people safe, and a Labour Party whose costed Manifesto provides millions of our people with hope and reasons for optimism.