Ellesmere Port & Neston’s Labour MP, Justin Madders has said that he will be proud to defend his record of working hard on local issues ahead of the snap General Election called on 8th June.
He also slammed the Prime Minister for “putting her own interests ahead of what is best for the country” by calling an early Election.
Since being elected two-years-ago, Justin has made an impact as one of the country’s most active MPs in Parliament. In terms of the number of debates he has spoken in, as well as the number of parliamentary questions asked he ranks highly compared to others.* He has also responded to over 11,000 constituent cases from every corner of his Ellesmere Port & Neston constituency.
Commenting, Justin said:
“I am proud to defend my record of being a hard-working local MP, living in the constituency and always putting Ellesmere Port & Neston ahead of anything else.
“I am disappointed that Theresa May has put her own interests ahead of the interests of the country by calling another divisive election. I hope that local people will see through this for the political game playing that it is. Our schools and hospitals are struggling and we need a Labour Government to reverse that.”
“Since being elected two years ago, I have been out speaking with local people every single week, taking up the issues that matter to them. From standing up for Vauxhall, fighting for rail improvements in Neston or calling on the Government to deliver the investment that our road network and town centres need, I have always put my constituents first.
“On a whole host of local issues, there is much I have been working on that is unfinished business. I hope that the people of Ellesmere Port & Neston will give me the opportunity to complete the job.”