Labour People in South West and West Sheffield

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South West and West Sheffield covers the areas of Crookes and Crosspool, Dore & Totley, Ecclesall, Fulwood and Stannington - follow the links to find out more about the Labour Party in your area and for the contact details of local Labour representatives and Councillors.


Jared O'Mara is standing for Labour to be the MP for Sheffield Hallam.


If you'd like to get involved in his Campaign please get in touch using the contact details below:






Telephone: 0114 272 4964


Office Address: c/o Trades & Labour Club, Talbot Street, Sheffield S2 2TG


Jared says,

I’m standing for Labour because I want to see a stronger local and national economy that we can all benefit from. Both Public Sector and Private Sector wages for everyone but the super rich have been held down by Tory austerity. Britain needs a pay rise. Sheffield Hallam needs a pay rise.

We are all worried for the future of our NHS. Many hard working healthcare workers are underpaid and overworked. Waiting times are getting longer and longer. Tired and stressed staff are not being given the support and resources they need. We all deserve better.

Affordable housing is in short supply and the housing market is failing many. I am currently renting at a cost that makes thoughts of ever getting on the property ladder difficult to foresee. Rents are too high and the cost of buying is hugely expensive.

Only Labour offers an exciting and radical programme of government to address our problems. We are the party of the strong economy and we will lead Sheffield and the UK as a whole to a brighter future that works for the many and not just for the few. I hope you will find much in our Manifesto that is exciting and addresses the problems of 21st Century Britain. I do.

I offer a different and better alternative, I care deeply about my city and about Hallam constituency.  I will work tirelessly if given the opportunity to do so. 

I would be honoured if you would vote for me on the 8th June.'


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