Meet your Earlsfield Labour team

Graeme Henderson, Dr Rosena Allin-Khan MP, Sadiq Khan, Jo Rigby and Alan McDonald

Dr Rosena Allin-Khan, Tooting’s MP, introduces your Earlsfield Labour team

In May, you will have the opportunity to elect three new councillors to represent our community at the Town Hall.

Good local councillors can make a real difference to local people’s lives. I am happy to introduce Graeme, Alan and Jo, your local Labour team, who I know will be real champions for Earsfield, and will work with me to make a real difference in our community.

  • Graeme Henderson is a former senior manager in the civil service specialising in health, and has lived locally for over 20 years. He has a wealth of experience working with central and local government so he really knows how to get things done.
  • Alan McDonald is a secondary school teacher, an active trade unionist, and has been involved in campaigns to protect education funding since 2010. He lives in Earlsfield with his wife in privately rented accommodation. Alan knows the challenges faced by renters and is committed to making housing a top priority.
  • Jo Rigby works in marketing and is active in the PTA at the school her children attend. She has been working with local teachers and parents leading the fight against the cuts to schools like Earlsfield Primary and Beatrix Potter School.

Graeme, Alan and Jo are all committed to keeping the same low Council Tax – after all, they pay it just like the rest of us.

In May, you will have the chance to vote for local Labour candidates who will put all local residents first, whatever their politics, to work with the community to make our roads safer and greener for pedestrians and cyclists, fight the negative impacts of Brexit and defend local schools from cuts.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you think your Labour team can help you with anything at all. We are committed to working hard for everyone in Earlsfield.

Yours sincerely,

Dr Rosena Allin-Khan 
Labour MP for Tooting


Author: Wandsworth Labour

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