In the Salford and Eccles constituency, there are five candidates who are looking to have a seat in Parliament.
The Salford and Eccles constituency was only created in 2008 following the Boundary Commission’s Fifth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies, and has been represented by a Labour MP since the first election to contest it in 2010.
Hazel Blears was in the seat from 2010 until 2015, before Rebecca Long-Bailey replaced her after the 2015 general election.
All five major parties are fighting for the seat in Parliament, including the Green Party being represented by Hazel Blears’ nephew.
Here is what each of the candidate’s party manifestos are saying:
Watch the full debate below: