Labour’s Steve Reed visits Harlow to tell voters if they want change they have to vote for it

Elections / Wed 3rd Jul 2024 at 02:52pm

STEVE Reed visited Harlow today (Wednesday 3rd July) to campaign alongside local Labour candidate Chris Vince and warn voters of the risk of waking up to five more years of Conservative government.

He set out a clear choice for voters in Harlow: five more years of Conservative chaos that will mean a broken economy and higher mortgages, or stability with a changed Labour Party to turn the page and rebuild Britain. 

The key message to voters is that if you vote for the Tories or any other party at the polls, or don’t vote at all, nothing will change.

He highlighted Labour’s manifesto which is an ambitious programme to make the country better off. Driven by belief in our country, Labour has a clear plan to grow the economy and bring back hope and opportunity for the next generation.

He also noted that the outcome of the election is not predetermined and only one poll matters – the election on Thursday. It’s up to voters to make a choice about who they want to see in Number 10, Keir Starmer or Rishi Sunak.  

Steve Reed, Labour’s Shadow Secretary for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, speaking in Harlow, said:

“If you vote Labour tomorrow, the work of change begins.

“We’ll get to work on our first steps including restoring economic stability and cutting NHS waiting lists. And we will put country before party every time.

“Together we can stop the Tory chaos, turn the page and start to rebuild.

“Change will only come if you vote Labour on 4th July.”

Chris Vince welcoming Steve Reed to Harlow, said:

“At stake tomorrow is how to make Britain’s economy stronger, rebuild our public services and get Britain back to working for everyone.

“Be part of that change with a vote for Labour tomorrow.”


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