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Pam Siggers convincingly won the All Saints seat on Didcot Town Council left vacant after a Conservative Councillor was turfed off for non-attendance. This is a great Labour win for Didcot and Wantage CLP. Here Pam joins The Labour Group on the Town Council for one of their regular meetings. Pam is ready to work hard for the people of All Saints and wider Didcot to make a difference by putting people first. 

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Pam Siggers wins seat for Labour on Didcot Town Council

Pam Siggers convincingly won the All Saints seat on Didcot Town Council left vacant after a Conservative Councillor was turfed off for non-attendance. This is a great Labour win for Didcot...

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It was an early start this morning by colleagues from Wantage as well as Didcot and Faringdon to support Rachel on the street stall in the Market Place today. From the start local residents were interested in what Rachel and the Labour and Co-operative Party had to say about the many issues concerning them. Rachel was able to describe what 'for the many not the few' meant in Wantage.

Rachel Eden talking about what 'for the many not the few' means for Wantage

  It was an early start this morning by colleagues from Wantage as well as Didcot and Faringdon to support Rachel on the street stall in the Market Place today....

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Following on from last night's strong presence at the Grove Hustings, Rachel was well received in Didcot in an equally packed hall. In response to some robust and passionate questions Rachel described what Labour intended to do for the many on important issues such as the economy, health and education as well as describing Labour's solid attitude to policing and defence. Labour consistently supports children and young people as well as less well off and vulnerable people and this provided the opportunity to challenge other candidates on their record/stance on these important policy areas. Putting the spotlight of the electorate on government shortcomings and their real intentions for education, health and energy was very revealing.

Rachel Eden well received at Didcot Hustings

Following on from last night's strong presence at the Grove Hustings, Rachel was well received in Didcot in an equally packed hall. In response to some robust and passionate questions...

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