Mission 1: Help
Help and support available when you need it
- Quality social care, with people living longer, healthier and happier lives
- Best start in life for children
- Tackling poverty, including homelessness
- Good mental health
Throughout the pandemic, we forged new relationships. Working in partnership with residents, public services, charities, community groups and businesses, we made our area strong and resilient in the face of adversity.
Building on this experience, we remain focused on delivering services that are designed for an aging population, and which recognise the impact of poverty and inequality on families and young people. We need local services that don’t make life harder for people who are already struggling, and we need to make council processes easier for people who need a bit of help and support.
These are Labour’s values, and we are proud to be the Party of public services and fairness. The past few years have shown that these are not the values of the Conservative Party, locally or nationally. That’s why a vote for Labour is a vote for HOPE on Thursday 4th May.