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Stronger. Fairer. Greener.
These are the themes that have defined Labour in power over the last decade in Cardiff, and continue as the bedrock of this Manifesto.
A stronger city, with a flourishing economy creating and sustaining the jobs we need to prosper, with resilient communities that are supported by well-resourced, efficient Council services, where vulnerable residents are
A greener city, that’s taken a lead on responding to climate change, which celebrates and nurtures bio-diversity, with high-quality open spaces within easy reach for rest and play, that’s connected by convenient, accessible, safe sustainable transport options.
And, crucially, a fairer city, where the opportunities and advantages of living in Cardiff can be enjoyed by everyone, whatever their backgrounds, where those suffering the pernicious effects of poverty are protected and supported, where a fair day’s work receives a fair day’s pay, and where every citizen is valued and feels valued.
In delivering this agenda over the last 5 years we’ve dealt with continuing public sector austerity whilst protecting Cardiff first from the uncertainties of Brexit, and then the pandemic, where the Council’s actions in support of the
NHS undoubtedly was a life-saver to many. In the next 5 years, we’ll need to respond to the devastating Tory cost-of- living crisis, whilst leading Cardiff’s post-COVID renewal, and progressing towards being carbon neutral by 2030.
This manifesto sets out the policies we will prioritise to respond to these challenges. It is shot through with Labour values of social justice and equality, offering a positive and ambitious vision of Cardiff’s future. And delivering it will be the most diverse field of Labour candidates we have ever fielded – each one an inspiring community champion in their own right, who together will enable us to continue to serve and support the people of Cardiff.
We are proud of what we have delivered for Cardiff, and excited by our aspiration for its future. We seek a renewed mandate from the people of Cardiff with an absolute commitment to serve them to the utmost of our ability, delivering the policies we need to truly make our wonderful home the stronger, greener, fairer city it deserves to be.
In our manifesto, we set out exactly how we will create the kind of Cardiff that we all want. We urge you to read it and join us in making our city stronger, greener and fairer.
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Lynda ThorneCouncillor, Grangetown
Abdul SattarCouncillor, Grangetown
Sara RobinsonCouncillor, Grangetown
Ashley ListerCouncillor, Grangetown
Vaughan GethingMember of Senedd, Cardiff South
Stephen DoughtyMember of Parliament, Cardiff South
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