Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Trudy Harrison writes ...

Trudy Harrison, the excellent local Conservative candidate in the Copeland by-election, writes:

Conservatives
 
Nothing is more important than making a success of Brexit. It’s what we in Copeland overwhelmingly voted for at the referendum.
           
With the spotlight on Copeland, this is our chance to send a message that the result of the referendum must be respected.
 
Only by voting Conservative can you send a message that the result of the referendum must be respected. Labour want to ignore and forget what Cumbria voted for at the referendum.
           
Labour have been running things in Copeland since before I was born, and with very little to show for it. They’ve ignored and forgotten us on jobs, particularly the nuclear industry. They’ve ignored and forgotten us on investment and transport. And now they’re determined to ignore and forget us on Brexit too.
 
My plan to make Cumbria’s voice heard: backing the Prime Minister’s plan to make a success of Brexit and protecting local jobs and industry ensure our whole local economy benefits from Moorside plans. It will make the most of Moorside to secure and improve local services like the NHS, skills training, apprenticeships for young people, broadband, flood prevention, better infrastructure and public transport.

So no matter how you’ve voted in the past, if you back the Prime Minister’s plan to make a success of Brexit and don’t want Copeland’s referendum vote to be ignored and forgotten by Labour, vote for me and my plan by completing and returning your postal vote today.
           
Thank you for your support.

Trudy Harrison
Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Copeland
 
PS. Don't forget to follow me on Facebook to keep up with my campaign. 

 

Promoted by Neville Lishman on behalf of Trudy Harrison, both of Egremont Conservative Club, Ehen Court Road, Egremont CA22 2DX

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did 'Trudy' vote for Brexit?

Chris Whiteside said...

I do not know for certain, but what I do know for certain is that she respects the decision by the majority of those who voted both in Copeland and Nationally, and will vote to implement it.