Why your vote counts

By Cllr David Sparks | 07 May 2015
  • Cllr David Sparks

Today Britain votes in an election which – according to current polls – might not have a clear outcome. Whatever happens at this election, the new government is going to have some tough decisions to make.

At the top of any agenda will be growing the economy, managing the pressures of an ageing population, reducing welfare spending by balancing growth and jobs, building more homes and reducing public spending.

But these are not priorities unique to government at Westminster.

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