Constituencies like the Vale of Glamorgan are exactly the sorts of seats Labour needs to win for Westminster – a mix of town, coast and country; of retired, working and not; of high skilled manufacturing, of city commuting and of local jobs.

Labour needed to engage with seats like this in 2015, while the impending boundaries changes of 2018 will mean many seats across England will become that bit more country, even where they retain a Labour leaning town – we will have to fight (mostly the tories) in the villages and the hamlets, in the pubs and church halls, on the byways and bridleways, if we are to ensure the 2018 boundaries offers little or no advantage to anyone hoping for one.

Hence our visit to support Jane Hutt and team, you can read more here.

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