JOE Davey (Letters, March 3) seems more interested in the colour of the rosette and party ticket of the candidates than what they have done for Herefordshire.

I find it very refreshing that Jesse Norman wants to fight the next election on what he has done locally for his constituents rather than worry about the infighting in Westminster.

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As our local MP since 2010 he has tirelessly fought for the issues we face in Herefordshire and made a real difference – particularly championing and securing serious funding for new wards at Hereford hospital, building the new university, providing jobs and investment in Rotherwas etc. Added to this has been securing over £20 million from the Stronger Towns fund for the new cycle track, electric buses and the skate park.

He is unusual as a politician; more interested in what he can do for the constituents he serves than shouting about his achievements. He has done his utmost to work for local issues and is a refreshing change from the clamour of self-interested MPs we hear so much of in the media.


St Owens Cross