General Election 2019

Stafford Labour Party members will be out in force over the coming weeks in support of our parliamentary candidate, Joyce Still. Joyce is set on becomming Stafford's voice in Westminster, as oppose to Westminter's voice in Stafford.

Joyce embodies Labour's bold vision for rebuilding Britain. The Labour Party have already announced many policies that will benefit Stafford, including a £10 an our Real Living Wage and a Green Industrial Revolution bringing many new jobs.

Joyce is committed to fighting for improvements in services at Stafford's County Hospital, including restoration of 24 Hour A&E. You can learn more about Joyce and what she stands for by visiting Joyce's website.

Stafford Constituency Labour Party's Aims

Protect local NHS Services

Underfunding of the NHS has resulted in cuts to services and falling care standards. Labour seeks to reverse this situation

Protect vital public services

Whether you are young or old, Labour believes that you have a fundamental right to high quality public services, including education, social care and extra support for the most vulnerable in society

Bring investment into local infrastructure

Labour want to ensure we have an infrastructure fit for the 21st century - smooth roads, good public transport, high speed internet. All essential ingredients for a sustainable local economy

Build Steps onto the Housing Ladder

Labour would prioritise putting affordable homes within reach for local people, including larger provision for social housing, affordable homes and assistance for first time buyers

Help Cut Energy Bills

Labour will work with district and borough councils to create local energy switching schemes that will help households to cut fuel bills

Make Staffordshire a Dementia-friendly County

Labour will work with local communities, including local businesses such as pubs and taxi firms, to tackle social isolation and support people living with dementia and disability through innovative policies in transport, health and leisure

Labour Voters