Our NHS in Bromley is suffering from a lack of investment, with increasing waiting lists, social care problems and delays in getting to see your GP. Only a Labour Government can ensure proper investment and protection from NHS cuts.
Rail service reliability is also a key issue for Bromley and Chislehurst constituents. There are often delays, cancellations and overcrowding on services from Bromley South, Bickley and Chislehurst, even though fares have continued to rise. I will campaign hard for better transport connections and services to the constituency.
As your MP, I'll campaign to make sure Tory austerity and policy failures on health, education, housing and transport are reversed. A vote for Labour on 8 June is a vote for a fairer Bromley and Chislehurst and a vote for a country run for the many, not the few.
Vote for me, Sara Hyde, to represent you on 8 June and I will campaign hard to ensure your voice and your concerns are heard in Parliament."
Sara’s key pledges for Bromley and Chislehurst
Provide affordable homes and rent: Labour will build more than one million new homes in five years. I will campaign for more affordable housing in Bromley and Chislehurst and scrap letting fees for those in the private rented sector.
Keeping Bromley and Chislehurst a safe place to live: I will stand up and campaign against any cuts to our front line police in Bromley and Chislehurst who work so hard to keep our communities safe.
You can’t trust the Tories with the NHS: Our NHS is at breaking point, under the Tories waiting lists have soared. I will campaign to ensure that the NHS and social care services get the money they need. This will enable older people to leave hospital more quickly, reducing both bed blocking and waiting times.
The Tories can’t fix Britain’s housing problems: Under the Tories house building has fallen to its lowest level since the 1920s and home ownership is the lowest for a generation. Tory run Bromley Council’s record on housing is very poor, building only a very small number of affordable homes. That is not good enough.
Greater prosperity for all for the few: Tory rule means families are on average over £1,400 worse off a year, but they refuse to guarantee workers’ rights and protections in the Brexit negotiations. As we leave the EU, Labour will safeguard the rights and economic prosperity of working people.