Ed Davey says "we're being let down on health access and cost of living" as he visits Lewes constituency


James MacCleary welcomed Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey to Lewes constituency on 9th July.
They visited the Seaford Climate Hub, Rathfinny Wine Estate, heard from WASPI women on Seaford beach and visited Lewes Football Club at the Dripping Pan and met with residents including the Friends of Alfriston Playground.
James MacCleary, Lib Dem parliamentary candidate for Lewes constituency said: 
“We’re hearing from people all the time that they’re absolutely fed up with being ignored in favour of Westminster politics.
“What I really care about is action on the issues, that matter to people. Tackling the cost of living crisis, cleaning up sewage from our rivers and seaside and helping people get access to healthcare.”
Ed Davey said: “I heard first hand from communities across Sussex just how badly this Conservative Government is letting them down. From those struggling to get a GP appointment to those hit by grossly unfair tax hikes, it is clear people in Lewes, Seaford, Polegate, Newhaven and villages are being taken for granted by this Government.
"We have an amazing candidate selected in James MacCleary and with the Tories letting down the country, we’re finding that even lifelong Conservatives are switching to the Liberal Democrats.

“It will be a two horse race between the Conservative party and a great local champion in James MacCleary. We can win in Lewes and I look forward to visiting many more times ahead of the next election”
Ed Davey said: 
 
“I heard first hand from communities across Sussex just how badly this Conservative Government is letting them down. From those struggling to get a GP appointment to those hit by grossly unfair tax hikes, it is clear people in Lewes, Seaford, Polegate, Newhaven and villages are being taken for granted by this Government.
"We have an amazing candidate selected in James MacCleary and with the Tories letting down the country, we’re finding that even lifelong Conservatives are switching to the Liberal Democrats.

“It will be a two horse race between the Conservative party and a great local champion in James MacCleary. We can win in Lewes and I look forward to visiting many more times ahead of the next election”
Photo credit: Roz Bassford

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