Labour is fighting to end austerity, invest in communities, protect our public services, and ensure those with the broadest shoulders pay their fair share.
In the European Parliament, Labour MEPs will continue to work to secure EU investment for local communities. We already have a track record of success. For example I was pleased to visit the tower blocks in Marsh Farm in Luton that have received £1.5 million EU investment to make them more energy efficient and cut fuel bills for residents.
As your Labour MEP I will only support trade deals that promote human rights, consumer standards, environmental protections, and rights at work. That’s why I voted against CETA and will always work to protect our public services.