CWF Action Day in the Vale of Glamorgan!

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The Vale of Glamorgan is a classic marginal seat, having been won by the party that has gone on to form a government at every general election. It has never been won by the Conservatives at an Assembly level.

Labour are dragging Wales behind the rest of the UK in every devolved policy area. Their record is 17 years of failure. And now, with Jeremy Corbyn at the helm, they are asking for five more years.
Labour only need to lose one seat to lose control of the Assembly. So the Vale of Glamorgan and a handful of other Conservaive/Labour marginal constituencies will be decisive. Last year showed Conservatives winning seats from Labour across Wales and substantially increasing the majority in the Vale of Glamorgan. There is the potential for real change in Wales.

Ross England is the Conservative candidate for the seat, having worked as the campaign manager for the sitting MP Alun Cairns in the run up to the General Election. Despite his name, Ross is Welsh. He was born in Cardiff and raised locally. He was educated at Winchester University where he chaired the CF branch.

Ross is standing on a platform of getting the best deal for the Vale of Glamorgan from Cardiff Bay, cutting income tax, and fighting against the ‘slow-motion disintegration’ of the union.

Come and join CWF on Saturday 5th March to campaign for Ross! We are meeting at 10.30 at Llantwit Major Railway Station, Station Road, Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan CF61 1ST.

  • March 05, 2016 at 10:30am – 4:30pm
  • Llantwit Major Railway Station
    Station Road
    Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan CF61 1ST
    United Kingdom
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