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General Election 24: Labour candidate pledges his commitment to the people of Harlow and the villages

Elections / Tue 2nd Jul 2024 at 07:24am

THE LABOUR candidate for Harlow, Chris Vince has made a final appeal to the voters of Harlow and the villages with just 48 houses before the polling stations open.

We caught up with Mr Vince just off First Avenue before he set off on another day of campaigning.

We asked him what are the key issues he wants voters to consider and what he means by change?

Details of all candidates and all our election stories can be found here.

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10 Comments for General Election 24: Labour candidate pledges his commitment to the people of Harlow and the villages:

David Forman
2024-07-02 09:32:02

Before voting on Thursday it is worth watching Double Down News video exposing the corporate donations and gratuities to leaders of the Labour Party. It is worth examining why Labour's Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting accepted £175,00 in donations from people involved in private health care companies. It is worth asking why there appears to be a revolving door between Labour and corporate lobbyists. See video at https://youtu.be/wSRmyDjkNgc?si=oohsVYlA0a4yXt9k

Adam
2024-07-02 11:23:43

A vote for lib/lab/con/green is wasted the only vote in town is reform to send a message to establishment. Nothing else is going to have any impact what so ever on the quality of our lives in a positive way.

Chris
2024-07-02 18:37:19

I would vote but my application for proxy submitted on 17th June was rejected pending further ID received today (2nd July) in letter dated 24th June, giving me until the 26th June to reply. The electoral department alleged they called me once on 24th but no response so went a letter, they blamed me for not putting an email address on the contact form for the delay. So it takes a week and a few days to receive a letter initiated from latton bush centre!

Eskoman
2024-07-02 19:56:38

David Foreman, your don't seem to mention the over £10 million pound donations the Conservatives took from someone who expressed racist remarks. Did you miss that one? I'm looking forward to your ever helpful! links to that one!

Trace
2024-07-02 22:52:28

David Foreman, you've also omitted to mention the money donated by Russian connections. Or, what about all the donors who have since collected a ton of money in the way of public contracts? Something Labour are seeking to end by the way because it reeks of corruption. I think Streeting is small fry right now compared to the last 14 years. I, by the way, eagerly await more 'for Trace's benefit' posts from you.

James Gamble
2024-07-03 09:46:44

Reform candidates are standing down due to racist and misogynist undertones within the party. Please tell me why would anyone vote for a party that even their own candidates wouldn't vote for?

Trace
2024-07-03 10:34:58

James, and the latest, Reform candidate from Chelmsford calling autistic people 'vegetables'. Another example of the nasty views some of them hold. The latest to stand down and go to the Tories said that "“vast majority” of people standing for Reform UK are “racist, misogynistic, and bigoted.”. Why on earth anyone finds this party attractive enough to vote for is beyond me, unless of course share some of the same views. That is a very sad state of affairs indeed.

Clark Renney
2024-07-03 12:58:13

I have always been passionately interested in Politics, and am a Political Activist; and I have lived too long to give much credence to opinion polls. Only one opinion poll matters, that is the one being held tomorrow: July 4, 2024. Please do not be drawn in by talk of "super-majorities" and "it's all over". It is not all over until the well-proportioned female vocalist is performing the solo; and she hasn't even finished putting on her make-up yet. It will be all over when the final vote is counted. And only then. In fourteen years you have had five Prime Ministers, the highest tax burden in seventy years, migration out of control, people who partied while imposing laws to prevent you being with your loved ones as they died. You had a mini-budget which wrecked the economy and all-but bankrupted our nation and, the highest NHS waiting lists in its history. Our young people cannot afford to own homes and rents are out of control. But as you struggle to put food on your table, Rishi Sunak et al. have added more wealth to their billions. You deserve better than this. Our country needs change, and that change can only come if you vote for it. Vote Chris Vince... Vote Labour tomorrow, July 4th...

Alex
2024-07-03 19:35:47

It is reported on BBC that Essex Police have investigated the allegations against certain Reform members/supporters and have concluded that no crimes have been committed. Case closed.

fran
2024-07-03 21:55:39

I'm voting labour to get the tories out.

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