#Camborne #Cornwall deserves better

  • For the Bedroom tax which hits the most vulnerable (an estimated two thirds are disabled according to FullFact.org)
  • Against raising welfare benefits, particularly for those unable to work due to illness and disability
  • Against spending public money to create guaranteed jobs for young people who have spent a long time unemployed
  • Against financial support for some 16-19 year olds in training and further education
  • Against increasing the tax rate applied to income over £150,000 but for increases in VAT which hurt the poor hardest
  • Against restrictions on fees charged to tenants by letting agents
  • Against measures to prevent climate change

You can see a full breakdown of how George Eustice voted in the House of Commons here>>>

Below is a pie chart showing a breakdown of votes, including the size of the non-voting population


Download as posters

Click the download arrow just above and on the right

7 thoughts on “#Camborne #Cornwall deserves better

  1. Can we have a similar poster for North Cornwall, please?

    Best regards

    Paul Sousek Bude For Food Assembly and Cottage Farm Organics Cottage Farm, Jacobstow EX23 0BU, tel 01840 230 548 Best British Food Initiative & Farmer of the Year runner up at BBC Food & Farming Awards Bude for Food Assembly: https://thefoodassembly.com/en/assemblies/169 Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BudeForFoodAssembly Twitter: @TNCFoodAssembly Cottage Farm: http://www.cottagefarmorganics.co.uk/ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FieldpowerOrganics Email: PaulTNC@gmail.com

    On 14 May 2017 at 22:15, Progressive Alliance for Cornwall wrote:

    > gavin barker posted: “https://twitter.com/grdbarker/status/ > 863853064834482178 https://twitter.com/grdbarker/status/863862669429919744 > Download as posters Click the down arrow above on the right” >


  2. Why are you not advising people to vote labour in camborne/ redruth to keep the tories out? They had more than double the votes the lib/ dems had at last election


  3. Can we have St Austell and Newquay reviewed please , 2015 didnt have a labour candidate and theres alot voters still very upset With Stephen Gilberts voting record . Theres been a Huge surge in support for the Labour manifesto in Newquay and now we Have a candidate in Kevin Neil . Online face book polls are showing a big majority will vote for Kevin and the door to door canvasing data is mirroring said polls .


    1. Hello Lee, what we did was share with others the voting breakdown for 2015 and encourage people to vote tactically. However you are not the first person to come back at us and say that Stephen Gilbert’s voting record in Parliament is no different to Tory MP’s.It is hard to know what to do. As a suggestion can you send me the link to the Facebook Polls and I will post these up here too? then let people make up their own minds i.e. strike a balance between voting tactically and voting for the person you want to see in Parliament. Sorry if this is not very helpful. I have ongoing conversations with members of other parties (Labour Libdem and Green). There is no clear agreement. We are all united against the Tories but less united in recommending candidates! The St Ives and Camborne constituencies are the only ones where we have been clear


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