For those who have been campaigning hard in both the Stoke and Copeland by-elections, this tweet from Chris Ship, Deputy Political Editor for ITV News, came as a relief for many Tory activists who have been campaigning for Jack Brereton:
— Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) February 22, 2017
In an age when election results seem unpredictable, it seems that Jack could win the Stoke Central by-election. He has fought hard during this contest and behaved with class and dignity, compared to his dreadful opponents who have either lied about their connections to the Hillsborough disaster or insulted the gender the Labour Party claim to defend.
Jack has been fortunate to have risen to this position. He is only 25-years-old and has represented the Baddeley Green, Milton and Norton ward in the city since 2011. He has served as the Stoke Council Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Transport and Heritage. He lives in the city with his wife Laura and is also a governor at a primary school in the area called Hillside Primary School.
Stoke-on-Trent is regarded by many as the Brexit capital of Britain. Considering the Conservative Government are commencing the process of this country leaving the European Union, Jack is in a very fortunate position to be representing the party that will ensure what the Midlands town voted for happens. If anything, he can provide constructive support towards the Government over Brexit due to being a member of the Conservative Party.
It is evident that a vote for Gareth Snell, the Labour candidate, will ensure that Brexit is derailed and a vote for Paul Nuttall will deliver a candidate who has no connections to the area whatsoever as shown by his recent series of errors.
That is why the people of Stoke must vote for Jack Brereton tomorrow if they want the Prime Minister to make a success of Brexit! A vote for any other party will cause a catastrophe.