Thursday, June 16, 2005

Marks Campaigns

I've taken the liberty of reproducing Marks campain page from the Wrekin Conservatives site (Mark has a blog on that site but he doesn't bother to use it).

Mark Pritchard is running a series of campaigns that have attracted widespread public support. These include:

This campaign is aiming to stop local hospital services being transferred from the Princess Royal Hospital, in Telford to the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, in Shrewsbury.
Mark says:

"Too many people still have to journey to Shrewsbury to receive hospital treatments. Mothers and babies with complications through to the elderly. The Wrekin deserves its own full service hospital and that is what I am campaigning for".

Labour MPs said that the hospital merger would not affect patients. Again, we have been misled.

Local crime has soared under Labour. Violent crime is at an all time high. Mark is campaigning to put more police on the streets and looking to local police to enforce a zero-tolerance or 'broken wondow' policing.

Mark is also calling on Telford & Wrekin Council and Shropshire County Council to provide better and improved youth facilities so that young people have something to do.

Mark continues to campaign against the car parking charges at The Princess Royal Hospital and the charges in Wellington and Newport.

Labour and Liberal Democrats voted to reintroduce car parking charges.

Mark says:
"This is another labour stealth tax. We are all paying more tax but are seeing our local services cut. The worst of all worlds. It is about time we returned to 'value for money' - and it is only the Conservatives who can deliver that. Labour are all talk and no action. Conservatives will stand up for the 'forgotten law abiding, tax paying, majority'"


At 10:25 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm suprised that Mark isn't updating his own blog and he is no stranger to the internet, and can list guestbook spammin.. er, contributing to forums amongst his previous 'marketing' activities.

A post by the man himself promoting the firm Discount Domains as a happy customer, August 19, 2003.

Here is his profile, with an interesting home page.

Try Googling

Mark Pritchard Discount Domains


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