BRIT School pupil produces election campaign film

In the interests of balance, as we have already provided a link to the Tory-free zone that is the Conservative candidate’s video, here is the campaign video for Steve Reed, Labour’s candidate at the Croydon North by-election on November 29.

Notice there is no doubt about which party Reed is representing – unlike his Conservative rival – and how policies get a mention, and his candidacy is supported by senior members of the Labour party. Expect more of that in the final week to polling day.

It is also noteworthy that Reed’s video has been shot and edited by a 17-year-old BRIT School pupil, Jack Slater. So Labour can even make claim that their campaign is providing valuable experience and encouragement for young talent.

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