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Dozen's Campaign against the Cost of Cameron

Volunteers were out in Enfield this weekend to campaign against the Cost of Cameron. 


Figures recently published show that people across London are now up to £3,084 worse off because of the policies of the David Cameron’s government.

Local Labour Party activists were joined by Shadow Minister for Employment Stephen Timms MP at the weekend as he joined Councillor Doug Taylor and Joan Ryan, the Labour Parliamentary candidate for Enfield North as well as dozens of local Labour members to campaign for a freeze to energy bills prices, directly saving Enfield residents money.

Stephen Timms said: “David Cameron doesn't have answers to Britain's cost-of-living crisis.  Prices are rising faster than wages for hard-working families and yet Cameron’s Conservatives stand up for a privileged few. Ministers say they are delivering 'hard truths' but the real truth is it's hard times for households across the country.”

Joan Ryan added “Labour’s campaign highlights the damage caused by David Cameron’s government. Whether in refusing to freeze energy bills, failing to create jobs or overseeing calamitous and wasteful welfare reform, including the downgrading of services at Chase Farm hospital, this out-of-touch government is letting Enfield residents down. A One Nation Labour party is intent on delivering an economy that works for hardworking people.”

Enfield Residents can get involved directly by  tweeting their support for the campaign using the hashtag #costofcameron.

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