4 May 2015
Ann Garrett, Parliamentary Candidate for Erith and Thamesmead has once again had a busy week on the road campaigning for a fairer, safer and more prosperous future for those in Bexley and further afield.
Ann with Tahrir Swift, a Bromley and Beckenham Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) member
The Russian Nuclear Power Station accident took place in 1986 and the area is still radio active. There are strong similarities with 2011's Fukushima reactor accident in Japan.
Ann with Rose Mary Warrington, Green Party supporter
There were a range of speakers from the Trades Union, all challenging the impact of the coalition government's cuts and austerity measures. Solidarity was expressed with National Gallery staff who were striking against future privatisation of services.
Ann with Ruth Fabricant, Green Party Parliamentary Candidate for Beckenham
Bromley and Beckenham Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) and Bromley and Bexley Green Party joined forces to campaign against nuclear waste trains passing through Bromley South Station on their way to Sellafield in Cumbria for reprocessing. These trains run dangerously close to people's homes, raising serious concerns for local residents' health.
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