Labour MP Tom Watson launches advert campaign in the Meriden

Labour MP launches advert campaign

Labour MP launches advert campaign

Labour MP launches advert campaign

Labour MP launches advert campaign

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Labour MP Tom Watson came to Watford at the weekend to launch the party's advert campaign ahead of the county council elections.

On Saturday Mr Watson, the party’s campaign co-ordinator, unveiled a poster attacking the Government outside the shops in The Gossamers, on the Meriden Estate.

The MP was joined by Labour’s prospective parliamentary candidate for Watford, Matt Turmaine, and councillors from the area.

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8:42am Tue 9 Apr 13

MJ1 says...

Couldn't you make the story any shorter?
The campaign was launched to highlight the divisiveness of the Tory/Liberal Democrat government that is forcing people out of their homes with bedroom taxes, cutting benefits to the disabled and poorest, withdrawing support for the jobless when there's hundreds of applicants for every vacancy and cutting local public services. Whilst the least well off in Watford pay the price of an economic recession that they didn't cause, the millionaire bankers that are responsible get a £100,000 tax windfall courtesy of David Cameron and his Liberal Democrat supporters such as Dorothy Thornhill.
The anger of ordinary decent people who are suffering goes unreported.
Couldn't you make the story any shorter? The campaign was launched to highlight the divisiveness of the Tory/Liberal Democrat government that is forcing people out of their homes with bedroom taxes, cutting benefits to the disabled and poorest, withdrawing support for the jobless when there's hundreds of applicants for every vacancy and cutting local public services. Whilst the least well off in Watford pay the price of an economic recession that they didn't cause, the millionaire bankers that are responsible get a £100,000 tax windfall courtesy of David Cameron and his Liberal Democrat supporters such as Dorothy Thornhill. The anger of ordinary decent people who are suffering goes unreported. MJ1
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