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It's very sad that you are struggling in your campaign certain objectionable individuals, but respectfully, that's a cop out, if you can't be bothered to attend a debate you don't deserve to debate in the Commons. You need to go out, get some security and perform notwithstanding the haters and show the electorate you can actually do the job you are applying to do.

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I'm so sorry you have to go through this Rosie, it is totally unacceptable.

Not one of your constituents, but I wish you the best! Most of the country will be on your side!

So sorry to hear this Rosie. Take care and keep safe. It is a terrible reflection on our democracy that you have had to make this decision.

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Labour has today launched our election manifesto. On Thursday 4th July, we can change Britain. We can stop the chaos, turn the page, and start to rebuild our country.

You can read the manifesto in full here: labour.org.uk/change

You can also find out more about my local priorities at: www.rosieduffield.co.uk

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Labour has today launched our election manifesto. On Thursday 4th July, we can change Britain. We can stop the chaos, turn the page, and start to rebuild our country.

You can read the manifesto in full here: https://labour.org.uk/change

You can also find out more about my local priorities at: https://www.rosieduffield.co.uk 

#ReelectRosie #reelectrosieduffield

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Does it define Green Belt - land you will expect new housing to built on ... and land you would not expect to be developed?

If I comment will I get an answer? I have tried to contact you with a few questions. I'd really like to resolve my concerns before I vote labour and live to regret it for 5 years. We never get Labour canvassing whete I live .

I’m committed to creating a fairer, more sustainable rural economy in East Kent and have worked hard to stand up for the interests of our farmers and fishers. This poll from Farmers Weekly is therefore great news, and a reflection of all the work by the The Labour Party group who have served together on the House Of Commons EFRA Committee 💚Barry Gardiner Cat Smith MP Ian Byrne MP 🚜 ... See MoreSee Less

I’m committed to creating a fairer, more sustainable rural economy in East Kent and have worked hard to stand up for the interests of our farmers and fishers. This poll from Farmers Weekly is therefore great news, and a reflection of all the work by the The Labour Party group who have served together on the House Of Commons EFRA Committee 💚Barry Gardiner Cat Smith MP Ian Byrne MP 🚜

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Does that mean you won’t be allowing farms to be replaced with housing estates?

Good luck Rosie, no longer member sadly due to the liberal social views of the labour party, but we'll done for standing up to starmer on the transgender issue. Not many traditional socially Conservative Labour people around these days. Just feels like the labour party has been taken over by the prawn sandwich anti Christian liberals trading under labour colours.

Risie does that mean you are totally against the farmland developments proposed in Chestfield and Blean

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I'd like some answers,re my concerns before I vote. I have not seen any Labour canvassing or ways to ask questions. Before I vote Labour I need clarification on a few issues Please could someone reply I have tried ringing and emaing. Do you want my vote?

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What is your opinion on the Brooklands Farm and Blean developments planned?

How can we help Rosie in Canterbury city centre?

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I recently visited the Headway centre at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital to meet with service users and to hear about the issues the organisation is facing with funding.

Headway promotes a wider understanding of all aspects of brain injuries and provides information, support and services to people with a brain injury, their families and carers. This is a vital service funded purely by donations and grants.

Headway East Kent is an independent charity working to provide social rehabilitation to adults with acquired brain injury as well as offering support to their families and carers. They have a timetable which is structured across the week to include various activities to promote learning new skills, improving self-esteem and social interaction. I was lucky enough to see the art and craft session in full flow today.

If you are in a position to donate to this brilliant charity you can do so here: www.justgiving.com/headwayeastkent

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I recently visited the Headway centre at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital to meet with service users and to hear about the issues the organisation is facing with funding. 

Headway promotes a wider understanding of all aspects of brain injuries and provides information, support and services to people with a brain injury, their families and carers. This is a vital service funded purely by donations and grants. 

Headway East Kent is an independent charity working to provide social rehabilitation to adults with acquired brain injury as well as offering support to their families and carers. They have a timetable which is structured across the week to include various activities to promote learning new skills, improving self-esteem and social interaction. I was lucky enough to see the art and craft session in full flow today. 

If you are in a position to donate to this brilliant charity you can do so here: https://www.justgiving.com/headwayeastkent 

Photo by Alison Dilnutt.

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Someone started spouting religious nonsense on my last question, which I'd fully expect you to stay away from so I hope you don't mind if I repeat the question here. I have a question for the local labour party and in fact all local parties. I'm going into the final year of my politics and economics degree I do part-time in October, I've lived in Canterbury for 21 years, I'm a parent, a carer and very political. In the 21 years since I moved here, I've never in that time had any political party knock on my door to find my thoughts or feelings. I feel left out, I make a nice cup of tea or coffee and am happy to hear views from all political perspectives even if I have very strong ideas and opinions of my own.

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