Cara Hilton's policies
Statement to voters
I’m standing because Dunfermline and West Fife deserves an MP who will fight for better jobs, better schools and better public services, not an MP who will be a cheerleader for independence.
The SNP’s number one priority in this election is winning seats to strengthen its campaign for a second divisive referendum. I believe the SNP have their priorities wrong. It’s time Nicola Sturgeon got on with the day job of improving our education system, growing our economy, cutting NHS waiting times and investing in our public services.
Voting is a powerful tool and on the 8th June, I am asking for your support to make a change, to stop the SNP winning here again.
It’s time to put the referendum behind us and work together to deliver the better, fairer Scotland we all want to see.
In this constituency, only Labour can beat the SNP. A vote for any other party risks another SNP win.
If you want a local MP who will always put Dunfermline and West Fife first; who will always stand up for you and fight for the everyday issues that really matter in our community, then please vote Scottish Labour on 8th June.
This statement was added by Cara Hilton, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.
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About Cara Hilton
Cara Laura Hilton is a Scottish Labour politician, who was the Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) for Dunfermline from 2013 to 2016.Read more on Wikipedia
|2019||Dunfermline and West Fife: UK Parliament elections||Labour and Co-operative Party||13,028 votes (not elected)||2017||Dunfermline and West Fife: 2017 General Election||Labour and Co-operative Party||Vote count not available||2016||Dunfermline: Scottish Parliament elections (Constituencies)||Labour Party||9,699 votes (not elected)||2016||Mid Scotland and Fife: Scottish Parliament elections (Regions)||Labour Party||Vote count not available|
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