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Stephen Twigg and Jo StevensTo mark 100 days until the General Election, I was joined in Cardiff Central by Stephen Twigg MP. We knocked doors in Cathays to spread the message about why it's important to register and vote, particularly in closely contested seats like Cardiff Central. We were joined by local campaigners and Labour students, who shared some of their own stories with Stephen throughout the day.

In the afternoon I visited Cardiff Market and was interviewed by Kay Burley of Sky News, along with Rhun ap Iorwerth, Assembly Member for Ynys Môn.

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100 days from today we have the chance to change our country for the better under a UK Labour government.

Hope instead of fear.
Equality instead of inequality.
Community instead of isolation.
Compassion instead of demonisation.
Progression instead of regression.

Please register to vote and vote Labour on May 7th.

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Adamsdown day centreCongratulations to Adamsdown Day Centre who, after a fantastic community campaign, have won £50,000 of Big Lottery funding that will now enable to Centre to remain open. 

The Young at Heart project which featured on the Peoples' Millions on ITV Wales, demonstrated exactly why the Centre is such an important part of the community of Adamsdown.

I was very happy to be involved with the campaign, helping to let people in the community know about the project and how to vote. All of us involved in the campaign are so grateful for every telephone vote that helped the Centre win this funding lifeline.

Brilliant news for Marisa and all at the centre who worked so hard, and thanks to everyone who voted to support our campaign.

 

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