General Election 2024

This website was established whilst I was an MP. From 30th May 2024 to 4th July 2024 there are no Members of Parliament due to the dissolution of Parliament and the General Election. I will not be standing again at the General Election. 

Campaign

The National Trust in Dagenham & Rainham

Jon Cruddas MP for Dagenham and Rainham has been contacted by National Trust who are seeking support with their Save Our Wild Isles campaign. Over the years people all across the Dagenham and Rainham area have contacted the MPs office asking for support with various environmental and climate change focussed causes. Jon Cruddas said: “it is clear local people have a passion for the environment, and protecting nature.

Shadow Transport Secretary Visits Beam Park Station Site

Jon Cruddas MP and Margaret Mullane, Labour’s Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Dagenham and Rainham, welcomed Louise Haigh MP Shadow Transport Secretary to the site of the promised Beam Park station today.

This is a stepping up of Labour’s local campaign for the government to remove its block on the Beam Park station project.

Rush Green Post Office Relocation

Last year the Rush Green community launched a campaign to save their Post Office from a proposed closure. A petition was raised, and local Labour MP Jon Cruddas contacted Post Office HQ to make representations on behalf of residents. Ward Councillors Princess Bright and Tony Ramsay also went door to door speaking to the community about the plans.

MP Raises Beam Park Station in Westminster

Yesterday (11.01.22) in Westminster Hall Jon Cruddas MP for Dagenham and Rainham brought forward a debate to discuss the government refusal to deliver Beam Park station in the south of his constituency. The Labour MP has been running a campaign to force the Department of Transport to change its position since the news broke in August 2021.