Tom Collins has been chosen by local Worcester Labour Party members to be their candidate to fight the next election, win back Worcester and help form a Labour government led by Keir Starmer.
Speaking after the result, Tom said:
“It is an absolute honour to have been chosen by the local membership to be Labour’s candidate at the next general election and hopefully, Worcester’s next MP. The hard work starts right now, and I will work day and night to convince people in the City that I am the best person to represent them in Westminster.”
“People in Worcester have been telling me how the cost of living crisis is affecting them – energy bills up, food bills rocketing and taxes up too. They are hurting because this chaotic government has run out of ideas. It is time for a change. It is time for Labour.”
“A Labour government will work in the interest of ordinary people. Our NHS is on its knees, our schools starved of cash and our economy is about to go into recession. After 12 Tory years, I will make the case that it shouldn’t be like this. The Tories have failed people in Worcester. It is time for a Labour government and a Labour MP in Worcester.”