I WILL continue to campaign with those in the town and villages who will be let down by the Tories cruel benefit cuts, bedroom tax, low wages, highest train fares, depleted bus service, and library closures. I will fight for the 1950s women who were robbed of the pension they expected with almost no notice.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon returned to the House of Commons for the first time after winning an historic fourth victory in the General Election.
GE19: Former Harlow MP Bill Rammell calls Jeremy Corbyn “”the most disastrous leader that Labour has ever had.”
BILL Rammell was MP for Harlow between 1997 and 2010. Back in 1997, over 25,000 Harlow residents voted for him and he had a 10,000 majority over the Conservatives.
I WOULD like to thank the many thousands of voters in Harlow who kindly supported me at this election, once again. To be selected as MP and to work hard for Harlow is such an incredible honour.
WHEN you ever lose an election the easiest thing to do is to proportion blame. Blame Jeremy Corbyn. Blame the media. Blame Laura Kuenssberg. Blame our Brexit policy. Blame our candidates. Blame Jess Philips. Blame Internet trolls. Blame Robert Halfon’s sign maker. Blame the weather. Blame the electorate.
CHARLOTTE Cane and the Liberal Democrat team more than doubled the Liberal Democrat vote since the last general election.
AT 2am on Friday morning, it was announced that the Conservative Robert Halfon had won a historic fourth term as MP for Harlow and the villages. He had polled 27,510 votes. He also received a record share of the vote (63%), beating his share in 2017 (54%).
A NUMBER of Harlow councillors stood as parliamentary candidates around the country. How did they get on?
ROBERT Halfon has held the seat of Harlow and the Villages. This was an historic fourth win for the Conservative MP.
AS is our tradition, both in local and national elections, we like to have a go at predicting the outcome of the result in Harlow. Firstly, we must pay tribute to the three candidates who have stood in the first place. It takes a huge amount of dedication, stamina and the development of a tough […]
A YEAR ago, Essex SOLE (Save Our Libraries Essex) was formed in response to Essex County Council’s proposals to close many of the libraries across the county.
LOWERING the voting age and making housing affordable for young people were just two of the topics that parliamentary candidates were questioned about by Harlow College students at a Hustings last week.
THERE is no doubt that getting Brexit done is one of the biggest issues facing the UK. We have one chance to get Brexit done. If we fail to do so and fail to honour the people’s decision to leave the EU, then it’s clear that Parliament will remain gridlocked.
WE just wanted to signpost readers to our General Election 2019 channel.
THERE was an empty chair at the Education Election Hustings on Monday evening at Passmores Academy as Robert Halfon failed to attend the hustings/forum.
I WATCHED Your Harlow’s interview with Labour’s parliamentary candidate (Dec 8th) and became very concerned to hear her espousing class warfare along straight Marxist lines.
WE are now in the closing days of the election campaign and on Thursday the people of Harlow will make a choice on who is going to represent them in Parliament over the next five years.
THIS Thursday Harlow will go to the polls and vote in the General Election 2019.
THE CAMPAIGN to be Harlow’s next MP has entered its final few days. Labour’s Laura McAlpine and her team have run an intensely hard-working ground campaign, in fact after we interviewed Ms MacAlpine, we drove down Second Avenue and saw a large number of campaigners..
WE caught up with the Conservative candidate, Robert Halfon after he had just visited the Makers Market in the Town Centre.
AUSTERITY is deadly. A study published in the online journal BMJ Open in 2017 estimated that cuts in public expenditure led to around 120,000 excess deaths between 2010 and 2017.
IF you want to know what the future of Harlow looks like, then watch this 26 minute long film where the students of Stewards Academy discuss the General Election of 2019.
Labour bible New Statesman, whose editor is from Harlow. labels Jeremy Corbyn “unfit to be prime minister”
MR Cowley gave a great deal of coverage to the closer of Osler House as his family had lived in Prentice Place in the sixties. His aunt, Connie Scott still lived in Potter Street and appeared on national television as she expressed her disquiet over the closure.
ON Tuesday, we interviewed a number of Stewards Academy on the General Election of 2019. They are all too young to vote but there world will be greatly affected by what happens on December 12th.