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Ruth was reelected to serve the Brentford and Isleworth Constituency on 8 June 2017. The second time in two years that she and the Labour Party beat the former Conservative MP (Mary McLeod) who lost share of the vote both times.
A structured and well organised constituency campaign, supporting a popular manifesto with a respected local candidate and savvy party leader yielded an impressive result following Theresa May’s unnecessary snap election. The result was:
(Ruth Cadbury) 35,364 (57.38%)
(Mary McLeod) 23,182 (37.62%)
(Joe Bourke) 3,083 (5.00%)
Majority 12,182 (19.77%)
Turnout was 61,629 of 85,151 registered voters or 72.38%.
Since first elected in May 2015, then with a majority of just 465, Ruth has been very active at both in the borough and Westminster, participating in debates on national issues in Parliament as well as raising issues there arising from concerns of the Brentford and Isleworth electorate.
Ruth’s experience and expertise in planning matters saw the Labour Party Leader, Jeremy Corbyn, appointing her a Shadow Housing Minister in October 2016. She sits on the House of Commons Select Committee on Women and Equalities and also convenes the Parliamentary Cycling Group.
Ruth Cadbury MP may be contacted in a number of ways:
T: 020 8581 3646, between 10.00 am and 2.00 pm, Monday to Friday
W: Ruth Cadbury MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA.