Katy Clark

working hard for North Ayrshire and Arran

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As I have not been re-elected to Parliament I am required to destroy all records that I have relating to former constituents.

My Westminster Office has now been vacated and all records there have been destroyed. I no longer have access to my Parliamentary email account.

If you require copies of any correspondence or paperwork I hold relating to any matter you may have raised with me, then please contact my office on 01505 684 127 or write in to 53 Main Street, Kilbirnie, KA25 7BX.  If I do not hear from you by Friday 5th June I will take steps to securely destroy all other paperwork to ensure that Data Protection legislation is adhered to.

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As I have not been re-elected to Parliament I am required to destroy all records that I have relating to former constituents.

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Katy has called on voters to make the ‘right choice’ between five more years of pain under the Tories, or the first steps to a better future with a Labour government.

Polls predict the closest general election result in a generation, suggesting the result in constituencies like North Ayrshire and Arran could make the difference between Labour being the biggest party and forming a government, or ending up with another five years of Tory rule.
 
Katy has put her commitment to a radical economic plan at the front of her re-election campaign, calling for the higher pay and more secure contracts that people need, and promoting Labour’s plans to increase the minimum wage, promote the living wage and strengthen workers’ rights.
 
Katy said: “The choice in this election is clear. We can elect a Labour government to take the first steps to a better future, or we can vote for other parties and risk letting the Tories back into government for five more years.
 
 “The big picture in this election is an economy that is failing for working people even as the rich are doing better, with a crisis of unemployment and low-paid work especially in areas like ours. I am standing for a new economic plan, to end austerity and take the radical action to invest in jobs and services.
 
“To take these steps to a better future, we need a Labour government. If constituencies such as North Ayrshire and Arran don’t return a Labour MP, the polls show that another Tory government is much more likely. Voting for any other party   risks the hardship of another Tory government that Scotland can’t afford.  
 
“Over the last ten years I have fought the Tories to advance the best interests of the people. I have been at the forefront of the fight against austerity. Now I am standing on my record both as a constituency MP and on the many issues I have taken up. As an MP I will fight in Parliament and in the Labour party for the policies that you need.
 
“I am committed to a better future for the people of North Ayrshire and Arran. With your support, I will keep working for a society which puts the values and interests of the people first.”

Make the Right Choice for a Better Future

  Katy has called on voters to make the ‘right choice’ between five more years of pain under the Tories, or the first steps to a better future with a...

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Katy was this week joined on the campaign trail by Tom Watson, MP for West Bromwich East.

Katy was this week joined on the campaign trail by Tom Watson, MP for West Bromwich East.

A senior figure in the UK Labour party, Watson has often spoken out about corruption and dodgy practices at Westminster.

Watson said: “Katy has a radical record of standing up to anyone to secure the interests of people in her constituency and across the country."

"From exposing tax avoiders at the top of society, to fighting the Coalition’s welfare cuts that have made life a misery for many vulnerable people, Katy represents a tradition in Labour that is more important than ever.

“We need people like Katy in Parliament and I hope voters back Katy regardless of their view of the Labour leadership.”

Katy said: “I was delighted to be joined by Tom Watson, and I hope people in North Ayrshire will give me their support so I can continue to stand with him and others in Parliament to fight for a radical Labour agenda to achieve social justice.”

Tom was visiting North Ayrshire ahead of a visit from Len McClusky, General Secretary of the UK's largest union Unite, on Thursday 23rd. Katy has secured the support of a large number of trade unions including Unite, Unison and GMB who are affiliated to the Labour Party, as well as unions that are not affiliated to the Labour party, such as the Yes-supporting rail-workers' union, RMT, and the Fire Brigade Union.

Katy is ‘the kind of radical we need’ says Tom Watson on campaign visit

Katy was this week joined on the campaign trail by Tom Watson, MP for West Bromwich East.


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