Steve Reed’s response to the announcement about the general election on 8 June:
“Croydon has suffered badly from seven years of Conservative government. I welcome the chance to get this reckless Tory government out.
“They’ve spent the last few years handing millions to leafy Surrey while slashing funding for Croydon’s public services, and the axe is hanging over Croydon University Hospital.
“Voters at this general election have the chance to vote Labour to tell Theresa May that they won’t stand for five more years of falling wages, cuts to frontline NHS services, and overcrowded schools.”
Steve Reed is leading the campaign against Conservative plans to slash funding for schools in Croydon North. Under plans backed by the Conservatives and opposed by Labour, schools across Croydon North are set to lose millions of pounds in funding. The Conservatives are cutting funding from schools in Croydon so they can hand it to residents […]
Labour’s Steve Reed has launched his bid for re-election as Member of Parliament for Croydon North. Steve outlined his commitment to save Croydon University Hospital and defend local schools from Tory cuts, and to fight for fair pay and an economy that works for all. Steve said: ‘This campaign is about the future of our vital […]
Steve Reed, Labour candidate for Croydon North, and Labour campaigner Sarah Jones have launched a campaign to save Croydon University Hospital. The hospital, known locally as the Mayday, is under threat of closure thanks to severe NHS underfunding by the Conservative Government. The Conservatives have cut NHS funding by a fifth in real terms and now Croydon University […]
A general election has been called for June 8th 2017. To vote, you must register by 22 May 2017. You can register online today at gov.uk/register-to-vote. Steve Reed will be Labour’s candidate in Croydon North.
The cruel and horrific attack on Reker Ahmed has shocked our entire borough. Croydon is home to people from all over the world who have, like Reker, sought a new life in the UK. Our borough is one of London’s most diverse areas and it is proud to be so. It has always rejected hatred […]
Croydon North MP Steve Reed has welcomed the Government’s first steps to support mothers of premature babies following legislation he introduced in the House of Commons. Employment Minister Margot James has announced plans to publish guidelines for employers on how to support their staff in the event of a premature birth. Steve introduced the Maternity […]
Steve Reed is looking for an enthusiastic and hard-working person to join his busy constituency office in Thornton Heath for a three-month internship. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to gain experience and develop skills across a range of responsibilities within a Labour MP’s constituency office. Salary: London living wage – £9.75 per […]
Steve’s message to constituents after the terror attack in Westminster on Wednesday 22 March. — “Everyone was shocked by the attack on Parliament this week. I’m grateful for the many messages of support and condolence I received and want to reassure you that I and my staff are all OK. “I was locked in the chamber […]
Steve Reed MP has demanded Government intervention after primary school children were told they could spend their entire primary education in temporary classrooms. Paxton Primary Academy opened in temporary accommodation on Brigstock Road, Thornton Heath, with a promise it would move into a new permanent site on the London Road within a year. Work has […]
Labour MP for Croydon North Steve Reed has called on the Government to step in after Croydon became the first London borough to axe funding for IVF treatment. Croydon CCG has been placed in financial special measures and told to cut spending by £54m by NHS England. Despite a public consultation opposing plans to axe […]