Just Stop Oil
Just Stop Oil

Whilst out-of-touch Cornish Conservative politicians release desperate and divisive ‘culture war’ statements about orange paint, Perran Moon (Camborne, Redruth & Hayle) and Jayne Kirkham (Truro & Falmouth) were at the Labour Party Conference setting out a serious plan for the long term renewal of the country, based on the transformation of the economy away from fossil fuels and into renewable energy, and rescuing public services from the dire state the Conservatives have put them in.

Rather than focussing on culture wars and division, Cornish Conservative politicians should be focussed on weightier matters.

For example, the fact that, after a decade of Conservative mismanagement of our NHS, the two largest acute hospitals used by people in Cornwall are, again, both on black alert and say they cannot take any more patients and guarantee their safety.

Or the fact that after 13 years of Conservative cuts, our prisons are now full, so rapists and killers cannot be jailed.

Cornish Conservatives could even condemn Liz Truss, whose budget they supported, resulting in Cornish homeowners paying hundreds of pounds more every month on their mortgages.

The Conservatives still cling to power, even though they don’t behave like they’re in power. They ought to be focussing their time on fixing some of the local and national messes they have created, rather than stoking up division.

Perran Moon, Parliamentary Candidate for Camborne, Redruth & Hayle said: “Of course we don’t think people should be throwing orange paint at buildings. Under Keir Starmer, the Labour Party is a Party of service, not protest. If you want to stop oil, just vote Labour.”

Jayne Kirkham, Parliamentary Candidate for Truro & Falmouth said: “As the Conservatives row back on their climate commitments and Rishi Sunak travels the country in his private jet, Labour is focussed on talking climate change and the huge benefits that action like investing in renewables and insulating homes could bring to Cornwall: well paid jobs and lower energy bills.”

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