Dave Robertson our candidate for Lichfield constituency

It is an honour to again be selected as the Labour party candidate for Lichfield constituency. Lichfield has been my home since before I learned to call a place home. I have had the absolute privilege over the last 33 years to learn in our local schools, shop on our local high streets and call many of our neighbours lifelong friends.

We are blessed to live in such a beautiful and historic part of our country, with stunning natural environments in places like Chasewater, Admaston, and along the Trent; with amazing architecture in the historic centre of Lichfield and in many of our villages; with the amazing people and communities that call Lichfield, Burntwood and our villages home, and who truly make our constituency all that it is.

Over the last 14 years, though, we have all seen our local area be let down by successive Conservative governments. The closure of local doctors’ surgeries, police stations and community venues; the lack of investment in our schools and our economy; the absence of any action on sewage spills in our waterways; a total failure to respect and support our high streets; and the worst cost of living crisis in living memory.

But it doesn’t have to be this way, we can rebuild and renew the infrastructure we rely on and the bonds between our community. That’s why I’m proud to be standing on a Labour Party platform offering a decade of national renewal, and for a mission led government that will change Britain for the better.

Together, on 4th July, we can turn a page on the inaction, sleaze and crisis of the last decade and half, we can vote for change which will get the NHS back on its feet, support our high streets and properly value our natural environment. On 4th July we will all have the power to vote for change and for a brighter, more hopeful future.

Promoted by Colin Ball on behalf of the Labour Party Lichfield constituency, care of 10 Vale Close, Lichfield, WS13 7LJ

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