Having had the privilege of serving as Member of Parliament for Epping Forest for the last eighteen years, I have met, helped and worked with thousands of people who live in our area.
You have told me about your hopes and fears for the future. Although we have been through some tough times I am very pleased that so many of you now tell me that things are getting better - for your businesses, for your families, for your retirement.
This will be an interesting General Election with several minor parties trying to catch your attention with "new" ideas. But you know there is only one real choice - either David Cameron continues as Prime Minister or Ed Miliband takes over. Voting Conservative is the only way to keep our country on the road to recovery.
We have had the pain - now we have the gain - please don't let's throw it all away.
I sincerely hope that I can count on your vote.
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- 22nd April 2015News and Photo
On Monday night, Eleanor Laing, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Epping Forest, attended hustings in St Mary’s Church, Loughton, hosted by Churches Together Loughton. read more »
- Unemployment down by 1,137 in Epping Forest with David Cameron’s Conservatives – don’t risk it with Miliband and the SNP17th April 2015News
Eleanor Laing has welcomed new figures showing 1,137 fewer people in Epping Forest claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance compared to 2010 - a fifty six 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. read more »
- 14th April 2015News and Photo
Epping Forest Conservative parliamentary candidate Eleanor Laing met shoppers when she visited Waltham Abbey Market today. read more »
- 13th April 2015News and Photo
Epping Forest Conservative parliamentary candidate Eleanor Laing has been meeting traders and shoppers at Epping market. read more »
- 31st March 2015News and Photo
Eleanor Laing writes about the fragile situation in Sri Lanka which she visited herself as part of a CPA UK delegation. read more »