Tuesday, 6 April 2010

Battle of the Bush: Time for Change says Bailey

Speaking this morning, Shaun Bailey, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Hammersmith & Shepherds Bush responded to the Prime Minister's announcement of a May 6th election by saying:

“I am very proud and honoured to have accepted the Conservative nomination to be Hammersmith’s next Member of Parliament.

“I grew up in and around Hammersmith and my family still live here. It’s a great part of London, but we face several challenges. Together, we can make it even better.

“Over the past three years I have worked hard to campaign on local issues – such as opposing Labour’s third runway at Heathrow, which would bring a plane overhead every 90 seconds, working with residents to stop a lap-dancing club opening in residential Avonmore and also against Labour’s closure of local Post Offices. I have also listened carefully, by knocking on doors and sending out surveys, to best understand the issues that matter most to you.

“The choice at this election is either five more years of Gordon Brown or a new Conservative Government under David Cameron to bring the change we need.

“Britain needs change in order to act on debt and get our economy moving; get Britain working by boosting enterprise; strengthen and support our local NHS; raise standards in schools; make Britain the most family friendly country in Europe; and change our broken politics.

“Your vote really can make a difference here in Hammersmith. In order to form a Government, the Conservatives must win this seat. This election will be between Conservatives and Labour – the Lib Dems always come a poor third here and are spending all their time campaigning in Brent.

“For more information on my views and policies, please take a look at my website – www.shaunbailey.co.uk – or call my Campaign Office on 020 7385 1002".

“This General Election, vote for change. I want to be your MP to fight for the things that matter most to Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush. I will not let you down.”

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