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On 21st January members of Eastleigh Labour Party spent a chilly, but nice, Saturday morning in various parts of the constituency chatting with local residents about the state of health and social care services.

Street stalls at Velmore shopping centre and Hedge End proved very successful with local residents eager to sign our petition asking Theresa May to pledge more money to the NHS and Social Care.

This activity was part of the Labour Party's national campaign day, and was a follow up to the earlier campaign day held on 26th November 2016. #careforthenhs


If you would like to sign the petition or join our campaign please follow the link below.

Care For the NHS

Second National Care for the NHS Campaign Day

On 21st January members of Eastleigh Labour Party spent a chilly, but nice, Saturday morning in various parts of the constituency chatting with local residents about the state of health...

Eastleigh Labour Party members were out in force in Eastleigh town centre for the National Care for the NHS day.

Thanks to the support of local people, in less than 3 hours we collected over 100 signatures on a petition calling for Theresa May to give the NHS the funding it needs now.

Under the Tories our NHS is underfunded and understaffed.

  • Worst NHS deficits on record - £2.45 billion.
  • Around 3.9 million people are now on the English waiting list to start treatment.
  • 1.8 million people waited four or more hours in A&E last year - up over 400 percent since 2010.
  • One in four patients have to wait a week or more to see or speak to a GP or nurse, or don't get an appointment at all.

Labour created the NHS to care for us all, now it's time to care for the NHS.

If you missed us on Saturday and would like to add your name to the petition you can do so at labour.org.uk/nhs

Care for the NHS Eastleigh

Eastleigh Labour Party members were out in force in Eastleigh town centre for the National Care for the NHS day. Thanks to the support of local people, in less than...

Education Not SegregationLocal members of the party were out on the streets of Eastleigh taking part in the national campaign against Theresa May’s proposal for the re-introduction of Grammar schools.

Grammar schools were mainly phased out in the 1980s as it was fairly conclusive that the 1 out of 4 children that passed the test at 11 were from a richer background.


In the Labour Party we believe all children are important and therefore we should have a fully resourced comprehensive education system so that no child gets left behind.

If you did not get to sign the petition this time please follow the link below to sign online.

http://www.labour.org.uk/content/grammar-schools-petition

Education Not Segregation

Local members of the party were out on the streets of Eastleigh taking part in the national campaign against Theresa May’s proposal for the re-introduction of Grammar schools. Grammar schools...

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