Helen hits 16,000-case milestone on eve of campaign

29 May 2024
Helen at her desk

MP Helen Morgan has pledged to keep up the hard work if she is re-elected after it was revealed she has dealt with 16,000 constituent cases in just two-and-a-half years.

The MP for North Shropshire hit the milestone casework mark in the same week that Rishi Sunak called a General Election.

Since being elected in December 2021, Helen has helped constituents with a huge range of issues varying from hospital waiting times to military accommodation and improving road safety.

Helen will become an election candidate instead of an MP once Parliament is dissolved and is now looking forward to speaking with residents across North Shropshire over the next five weeks.

Helen Morgan, Liberal Democrat MP for North Shropshire, said, “Representing North Shropshire has been an honour and a privilege. Whatever happens on July 4th I’ll still be proud to live in the greatest constituency in the country.

“We have dealt with over 16,000 pieces of constituent casework this term. It’s not what makes the headlines, but the day-to-day work that our office does is what is most rewarding.

“I promised before I got elected to work hard all year round and fight people’s corner. I’m really proud that we’ve done just that.

“I look forward to meeting more residents of North Shropshire over the coming weeks and hearing about the issues that matter in your area.”

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