MARION FELLOWS RE-SELECTED AS SNP CANDIDATE FOR MOTHERWELL & WISHAW
Marion Fellows, MP for Motherwell and Wishaw, was today re-selected by local branches as the SNP’s candidate for the next Westminster General Election and says she is ready to fight a snap election to bring down the Tories.
Marion says she will continue to prioritise the same three issues she always has: defending Scottish sovereignty; opposing austerity and supporting investment in jobs and services; and halting the Tories’ Brexit plans.
Marion has spearheaded campaigns to protect the Post Office network locally and nationally; making the Child Maintenance Service fairer for families; raising awareness of Autistic Spectrum Conditions; and improve access to lifechanging Cystic Fibrosis drugs.
Marion served as a Wishaw Councillor from 2012 to 2015 when she was elected as the Member of Parliament for Motherwell and Wishaw and re-elected again in 2017.
Commenting, Marion Fellows said:
“It has always been a privilege to fight for the wonderful communities in Motherwell, Wishaw and Bellshill. I’m elated my branch has re-selected me as their candidate. The SNP is ready to fight an election at any time and bring down the Tory Government.
“We need to halt Brexit so we can continue trading to protect jobs and services. We need to end austerity and invest in people and our economy. We need to defend the will of Scotland’s people and Parliament and stop the Westminster power grab.
“Corbyn’s Labour and the Tories are in engaged in full-blown civil wars. Labour has failed to form a coherent position on Brexit and the Tories’ position is tearing communities apart. The SNP has a clear plan to stop austerity and Brexit.
“I know the struggles of local, hardworking people. Johnson and his pals don’t. It will be ordinary families, not the Tories, who will pay the price of a no deal Brexit and continued austerity.”E