About Seema

Seema is the Labour and Co-operative Parliamentary candidate for Feltham and Heston.

Seema was born in Hammersmith Hospital. She grew up above her parents’ shop in Osterley and then Bedfont with her four siblings. She went to Heston Infants where her mum Usha also taught and the Green School.

Seema has worked tirelessly to support families, faith groups, small businesses, women entrepreneurs and our NHS.

She has worked with the police and community groups to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour, and successfully campaigned to keep Feltham Station Ticket Office open. She set up local charity Hounslow’s Promise which has supported young people with mentoring, masterclasses, laptops and quiet study spaces.

Seema founded the Hounslow Christmas Project four years ago working with over 40 schools, businesses and the community to buy, wrap and deliver over 2500 gifts to children from the poorest families in Hounslow. Seema is a Patron of Heston West Big Local and of the Hanworth Park House Society. She has a record as a passionate, campaigning and effective local MP.

Seema’s Pledges for Feltham and Heston

  • Safer streets and more police.Take back our streets from gangs, drugdealers and flytippers with 13,000 more police officers, town centre patrols and a new network of youth hubs to stop young people from being drawn into gangs.
  • Get our NHS back on its feet. Cut waiting lists through 40,000 more weekend and evening appointments each week, rescue NHS dentistry and increase mental health support – paid for by cracking down on tax loopholes.
  • Investing in young people. Hiring 6,500 more teachers, free breakfast clubs for every primary school pupil and expanding apprenticeships and training.
  • Climate leadership and cheaper energy bills. Create Great British Energy, a new publicly-owned green energy company to cut energy bills and create good jobs – paid for by a windfall tax on oil and gas giants.
  • Rebuild the economy for working people. Labour will bring economic stability, create more good jobs, end fire and rehire, and deliver a genuine living wage that for the first time takes account of the cost of living.

Parliament has been dissolved and Seema Malhotra is no longer the Member of Parliament. Any references to Seema on this website as Member of Parliament predate the dissolution of Parliament. She is standing again as the Labour and Co-operative Candidate for Feltham and Heston.

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