Unemployment down by 1,739 in Wolverhampton North East with David Cameron’s Conservatives – don’t risk it with Miliband and the SNP
Darren Henry has welcomed new figures today showing 1,739 fewer people in Wolverhampton North East claiming Jobseekers Allowance compared to 2010 - a 40% per cent drop. This means more people in work, with the security of a good job and a regular pay packet so they can provide for themselves and their families.
People are getting off benefits and into work across the West Midlands, with 116,000 more people in work since the last election.
But all this is at risk if Miliband gets into Downing Street, propped up by the SNP. Because Labour are facing a wipeout in Scotland, he’ll have to rely on the SNP for support. With Nicola Sturgeon calling the shots, we would suffer here in Wolverhampton North East .They would hike up borrowing, hit pay packets, and cost us jobs.
That’s why it’s so important to vote for Conservative here on 7 May and secure a brighter future for our area. We just can’t afford to risk it with Labour and the SNP.
Darren Henry said:
‘It is excellent news that 1,739 fewer people are relying on Jobseekers Allowance in Wolverhampton North East – that’s more families here with the stability and security of a regular pay packet.
This is thanks to the hard work and the determination of people here, and the Conservatives’ strong leadership and clear economic plan.
But it would all be put at risk with the chaos of a Miliband-SNP stitch-up, hiking borrowing, hurting the economy, and costing jobs – and it’ll be hardworking people in Wolverhampton North East who will pay. That’s why you have to vote Conservative here to get a brighter, more secure future for our community.’