Sue Hayman

Working hard for Workington constituency


Sue Campaigning with Melvyn Bragg

Sue has been on the campaign trail with Labour peer and broadcaster Melvyn Bragg, Lord Bragg of Wigton. Sue and Lord Bragg discussed the importance of the arts and culture, including continuing support for the arts in our schools. Lord Bragg expressed his concerns for disproportionate arts funding, with less funding being allocated to arts… Read More

Why Vote for Sue? – Video

Find out what Sue stands for, what she’ll do as MP for Workington Constituency and why you should vote for her.

Labour working together for Cumbria

Sue is working closely with Lee Sheriff, Labour’s prospective Parliamentary candidate for Carlisle, to help ensure Cumbria has its first women in Westminster after the General Election. The county has never had a woman MP, but is now on the verge of having two, representing Workington and Carlisle constituencies. Sue said: “Lee is a first-class… Read More

Alan Johnson: I’m backing Sue!

Labour MP and former Home Secretary Alan Johnson has thrown his weight behind Sue’s campaign for Workington constituency. During a visit to West Cumbria, the well-respected former cabinet minister took time out to give Sue his full support ahead of the General Election campaign. “Sue is a first-class candidate and I know she will do… Read More

Sue chosen as Labour’s candidate for Workington constituency

Labour Party members in Workington constituency have chosen Sue Hayman to be the party’s candidate at the forthcoming General Election. The announcement followed a hustings event held at Cockermouth School. Sue Hayman will be looking to succeed Sir Tony Cunningham as the area’s Member of Parliament at the general election on Thursday 7 May. Sue… Read More