Our latest film highlights the many communities hit by Conservative austerity and decades of ‘deindustrialisation’ – communities that Labour is committed to rebuilding.
The film has been narrated by one of my favourite actors Julie Hesmondhalgh (Coronation Street, Broadchurch) and shows how Labour will work with communities to rebuild Britain so that their towns can flourish again with investment, new good jobs and control of services.
The film was made in Mansfield, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool and Hastings – meeting and filming real people, all of them genuinely committed and passionate about their communities.
“I was proud to be a small part of this important campaign, standing up for communities who have been hit by a broken economic and political system which works against ordinary working class people,” said Julie Hesmondhalgh. “I wanted to show that real and lasting change is a real possibility, and we need to come together to make it happen.”