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Big turnout as Lib Dems launch their campaign to win Bosworth

May 16, 2017 10:40 PM

There was a big turnout of Lib Dem supporters at their campaign launch held at Hinckley's New Plough Inn.

Speaking at the meeting Lib Dem parliamentary candidate for Bosworth Michael Mullaney said "This election is the chance for people to get a real change in our area. On June the 8th people in Hinckley and Bosworth can elect a new MP who lives locally, and campaigns on the real issues of protecting our local NHS and education services. In recent years I helped the campaign to save Hinckley's Ambulance Station when it was threatened with closure and campaigned to save Hinckley's second Fire engine when the Tory led Fire Authority threatened to remove it. As your MP I could achieve even more for our area. A big turnout for Michael Mullaney's campaign launch in Hinckley and Bosworth

"At the last two general elections I came a strong second to the current MP David Tredinnick. Labour finished third and cannot win in Bosworth. If people want change in our area they can get it by supporting me to be their new MP in the election".