Labour selects Nadia Burrell to fight Dorking & Horley at next General Election

Nadia grew up in Dorking and is campaigning to revive empty high streets, tackle NHS waiting times and protect local rivers.
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Labour's new election candidate for Dorking and Horley says that voters should back the party that can deliver "real change" by growing the economy, cutting NHS backlogs, and punishing water companies that pollute local rivers.

Nadia Burrell has been chosen by Labour to contest the new Dorking and Horley seat at the next General Election. Nadia grew up on the Chart Downs council estate in Dorking and attended local schools. She now works as a mediator and consultant and volunteers at a foodbank, supporting people who need help with food and utility bills during the cost-of-living crisis.

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Her election campaign will focus on crucial local issues, including reviving the constituency’s empty high streets, tackling waiting times at East Surrey Hospital and protecting local rivers.

Nadia in Chart Downs, Dorking, where she grew upNadia in Chart Downs, Dorking, where she grew up
Nadia in Chart Downs, Dorking, where she grew up

Speaking after her selection, Nadia said, “I loved growing up in Dorking and benefited from Labour’s investment in my future. I could see the same GP when I needed and got extra support at school.

“But the Conservatives have now neglected our community for far too long. They have let hospital waiting times spiral and allowed water companies to get away with polluting our rivers.

“Dorking and Horley deserve an MP who shows up and delivers real change: someone who will fight to get the NHS back on its feet, save our high streets, and protect our precious environment.

“I’m ready for that challenge. Only a Labour government can deliver for our towns and villages.”

Voters can find out more about Nadia's campaign at

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