Sue Hayman, Labour candidate for Workington

Why you should support Sue Hayman

"I have worked as a strong voice for our area in Parliament. If re-elected I will continue my fight to ensure the needs of local people are a priority for the government."

My priorities for the constituency and West Cumbria are;

  • I will continue to fight to retain services at the West Cumberland Hospital, keep inpatient beds at community hospitals, and invest in social care and mental health services.
  • I strongly support the nuclear new-build at Moorside and our workforce at Sellafield, as Chair of the All Party Group on Nuclear Energy.
  • I will fight for flooded residents and businesses, ensuring that we get the necessary investment in flood protection schemes and that flood insurance is affordable for all.
  • I will campaign for the much needed investment in current infrastructure - our main roads, railway, high speed broadband, and mobile phone connectivity.
  • I will fight for investment in education and skills. We need to tackle our serious recruitment problems by "growing our own", locally training more teachers, doctors, and nurses.

Promoted by Celia Tibble on behalf of Sue Hayman, both at West Cumbria Trades Hall, 39 Brow Top, Workington, CA14 2DP.

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16 May 2017

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