Dua Lipa urges followers to support Labour at general election: ‘Your vote counts’

Pop star recently announced the release of her second album, ‘Future Nostalgia’, for 2020

Kieran Read
Tuesday 03 December 2019 12:34
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Dua Lipa has encouraged her 36.7 million followers to vote Labour in the forthcoming general election, with a detailed Instagram post breaking down the policies of both Labour and the Conservatives on various issues.

The policy breakdown, which was put together by fashion and art publication The Basement, outlined issues such as mental health, LGBT+ issues, equality/inequality, and climate change and the environment.

The “New Rules” singer pointed out that Labour displayed a greater interest in those topics in their manifesto.

The post also highlighted the pledges made by each party, including those made for “younger people”.

See the post below:

“Our democracy is strongest when everyone’s voice is heard,” Dua Lipa wrote. “This is the most important election in a generation and YOUR vote counts. Your MP works for you so make sure you have your say about who deserves to represent you. See you at the ballot box 12 December! #VoteLabour.”

The pop star recently announced the 2020 release of her second album, Future Nostalgia, the title of which was revealed via a new tattoo on her arm.

The first leg of her world tour, beginning on 26 April 2020, was also announced.

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