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    Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls & Sharon Taylor with the Stevenage Labour Action Team.

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  • Fight the Government’s plans that put our postal service at risk

    We all rely on the Royal Mail – from receiving that parcel we’ve ordered online to knowing that birthday card we’ve sent is going to arrive in time. I’ve been to the local sorting office in Stevenage and speaking to local posties, I know they are the beating heart of so many neighbourhoods round here. In many areas the local post office acts as a focal point for communities and there are thousands of pensioners...

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  • Sharon Taylor backs Monkswood Way petition

    Sharon Taylor, Labour's Parliamentary candidate for Stevenage, has backed a petition launched by the parents of a 10-year-old girl killed at a pedestrian crossing and called for urgent action. Toufik and Yvonne Moumen launched the campaign after their daughter Yesmine was killed following a collision with a car at the pedestrian crossing on Monkswood Way outside Asda and North Herts College. The petition, launched in in May calls for the speed limit to be reduced...

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  • Sharon speaks out on welfare reform and calls for new jobs and homes

    Sharon Taylor, Labour’s parliamentary candidate for Stevenage, has spoken out on welfare reform and called on the Government to back Labour’s plan for jobs and growth and to re-evaluate the Discretionary Housing Payments fund. Sharon said, "In many areas welfare reform is not encouraging people into work because the jobs simply don't exist, while the opportunities for people to downsize their homes to cope with reductions in benefits are severely limited by a lack of...

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