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Our group's Constituency Contact and Secretary is Joyce Still; she is available for enquiries at joyce.still7@gmail.com. 

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commented 2018-04-21 16:36:47 +0100
Dear candidates,


I am contacting all the election candidates in Hart on behalf of Hampshire Equality Group


The UK is one of the most unequal countries in the developed world. Evidence shows this leads to much worse health and social outcomes across a broad range of indicators. It also undermines trust and social cohesion and damages family and community life.


Our local group is affiliated to The Equality Trust which campaigns for changes that will have a significant impact on reducing inequality. The Trust advocates a range of policies and actions at different levels. The ‘Fairness Four’ are the Trust’s top priorities for implementation by local councils:


1 Evaluate the likely impact of council policies on socio-economic inequality*

2 Pay all directly contracted staff the real Living Wage (as set by the Living Wage Foundation)

3 Ensure all council contractors are required to pay staff the real Living Wage

4 Publish a plan to reduce the pay ratio between the CEO and the lowest-paid directly employed council worker

  • As per the Socio-economic Duty, section 1 of the Equality Act 2010. This was, regrettably, not brought into force by central government but many local councils are taking action on this. The Equality Trust and Just Fair are lobbying the Government to bring the duty into force.




Will you pledge that, if elected, you will work towards the Council implementing these four policies?


Hampshire Equality Group will publish the names of all candidates who accept this pledge, and any other responses from candidates, on our website.


I look forward to hearing from you,


Regards


Andrew Mason
commented 2018-04-13 12:34:09 +0100
Printing quality and local business support!!!. My colleague who lives in Hook received one of your HDC election addresses and brought it my attention. The printing appeared to be difficult to read and bit mapped. I appreciate that you are probably running a very tight budget but poor quality of either artwork or print doesn’t do you or your cause justice. It was also noted that you used an online printer based in Essex when you state that you support local businesses. We are a printer based in South Warnborough 2 miles from Odiham. We would have pointed out art work issues prior to print. We maybe more expensive than your supplier of choice but the end product would have given a truer representation of your Party and clearer representation of what you stand for. If you would like any future assistance please call me. Mark Fidler – Tower Press Ltd

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