Hi, I’m Kevin McKeever,
Labour Candidate for
Northampton South.

  • Pledge: Proposed increase to MP’s pay

    As Member of Parliament for Northampton South, I’d donate any increase in wages to local charities – and call on other candidates to pledge the same.
  • Labour Policy: Freeze that bill

    Labour plans to freeze energy bills until 2017 will benefit 40,469 households in Northampton South.
  • Fact: Since 2010 there are 478 fewer Sure Start centres

    David Cameron says the economy is healing but for many, things are getting worse not better, as prices continue to rise faster than wages and people struggle to make ends meet.

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Labour pledges to fight for our health service as NHS march enters Northampton

As the ’999 call for the NHS march’, which began on August 16, arrives in Northampton, I reaffirm Labour’s commitment to fight for our NHS. As the local Labour candidate for Northampton South I spend a great deal of time meeting with local people, talking about their hopes and concerns. Something I hear more and… continue reading

Local residents join with Labour to slow traffic in Cherry Lodge

As part of our community-based campaign across Northampton South, I’ve been out recently in Cherry Lodge with local members including community activists Alex Pradere-Johnson. One issue that has come up time again is traffic speed, particularly on Beaumont Drive, Thornfield and Oleander Crescent. It’s clear that the speed limit of 30mph is just too high for… continue reading

Kevin responds to Tory MP’s open letter to PM

Earlier this month Brian Binley wrote an open letter to David Cameron (available here). I was surprised to read our Tory MP’s priorities, so penned an open letter in response: Northampton, Tuesday 16 August Dear Mr Binley, I read with interest your open letter to David Cameron earlier this month. I was surprised that the priority… continue reading