Tomorrow you should vote. I wrote this list on Twitter, but I thought I’d put it here as a handy guide too.
Vote for kids: for schools, for tuition fees, for the 4 million kids in poverty, for the kids in care, for kids who have little hope under this government.
Vote for the NHS: for the doctors and the nurses and the dentists and the midwives and the health visitors.
Vote for the elderly: for the vulnerable, for the lonely, for the dementia patients, for the poor.
Vote for the disabled, who have been so cruelly treated under this government.
Vote for the environment, for us and our kids- and the kids yet to come.
Vote for women: for those in shelters, for the women in NI who have to travel to access safe and legal abortion, for the WASPI women, for the fight for equal pay.
Vote for your council: for libraries and swimming baths, for Sure Start and day centres, for parks and playgrounds.
Vote for the emergency services.
Vote for infrastructure and the economy, for jobs.
Vote for the workers: for your rights, for those on zero hours contracts, for those paid a pittance, for those denied access to employment tribunals.
Vote so we’re not lumped in with bloody Trump.