Posted by: westlancashirerecord | May 30, 2017

Rosie Cooper’s Bid To Be Re-Elected

It’s fairly obvious that Sam Currie is determined to be Westminster’s voice in West Lancashire if you read his “Reporter” Election Special. It’s dedicated to anti-Corbyn and anti-Cooper and nowt else. No strong and powerful personal opinions to negate Corbyn and Cooper, just opportunist photographs and what he does mention are transport and flooding, issues that sit squarely at his own party doors by the austerity cutting from Westminster and being fought by Rosie Cooper  who states “It has been an honour and privilege to serve the people of West Lancashire for the last 12 years. I believe my record on issues shows that I have kept my commitment to being West Lancashire’s voice in Westminster, not Westminster’s voice in West Lancashire. At this election I am standing on my record of delivery with the promise of more. The choice for West Lancashire voters on 8 June is who is the person that is prepared to stand up and fight for you?

It is clear that the Conservatives want to make this a one issue election. Your future, the future of West Lancashire is about much more than one issue. It is about the NHS having a future and social care being available to all not just those who can afford it. I have a long standing record of campaigning to protect our local health services. It is about providing dignity for older people in retirement by protecting their incomes and entitlements, such as keeping the pensions triple lock, and the winter fuel allowance, which I am committed to doing.

Our young people should be looking to the future with hope not despair. I am ambitious for a future of opportunity in which we invest in our schools not cutting, in which we provide high quality jobs and make affordable housing available. For many working families their living standards have been hit hard and under the Conservatives are getting worse with work becoming more insecure, wages falling in real terms and the cost of living rising. For those reasons, now more than ever the people of West Lancashire need an MP who is willing to fight their corner, who will be a strong, independent voice for this community.

As the eldest daughter of deaf parents, I was their voice. My family worked hard and played by the rules, wanting a fair chance and a fair reward. I am fighting to deliver a better future for West Lancashire residents as I fought for my family.

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