Thursday May 4 2017
Saving Our Services from cuts and privatisation
Labour investing in people and their communities, and finding local solutions
“We believe that austerity has gone too far, there is too much privatisation taking control of our local services and there needs to be more local solutions to complex issues. There is too much
inequality hidden beneath the surface of prosperity. We want to see greater fairness at work, in schools and in the health service. We believe that the County is heading for chaos unless there is a lot more investment in infrastructure” says Gordon Cowan, Leader of the Labour Group on Kent County Council.
Please click Here to see the whole Kent Labour Manifesto 2017.
These are your local candidates for the election:
Tunbridge Wells North Division
Tunbridge Wells West Division
Tunbridge Wells South Division
Tunbridge Wells East
Tunbridge Wells Rural Division
Ian Carvell – Lives in Coxheath and has previously been a Tunbridge Wells Borough Councillor and parliamentary candidate. Works for a charity dealing with learning disabilities and complex needs. Is passionate about his local area and believes that areas like Cranbrook are often forgotten in favour of the larger towns in Kent. Opposes Conservative austerity measures and supports Labour’s programme to revive the Kent economy and provide services we all need.