January Brexit Update

From College Green at the start of this incredibly significant week, with my take on why I can't vote for the Withdrawal Agreement in its current form, and a look ahead to how my Bill - the Civil Partnerships, Marriages and Deaths Bill - is faring getting through Parliament.

BBC Sunday Politics South

A compilation of clips from BBC Sunday Politics South, where I appeared with Anneliese Dodds MP to go over all things Brexit. The whole episode is available here should this whet your appetite! 

Channel Migrant Crossings

It is a matter of luck that no one attempting the perilous journey across the Channel has yet lost a life – at least the ones we know about.

Brexit Update

Here is my pre-Christmas Brexit podcast giving an update on all aspects of Brexit. It is in part as a response to the many constituents who have written to me about Brexit in recent weeks, from both the Leave and Remain perspectives.

Herald column December 6th 2018

We finished the week at Parliament las Thursday with and excellent event ‘A Taste of West Sussex.’ Some of the best food and drink producers from across the county were invited to Parliament to promote their produce and they did not disappoint.

Herald column November 29th 2018

As part of the 100 years anniversary of women’s suffrage Parliament last week held an ‘Ask her to stand’ day where 300 women with an interest in getting involved in politics were invited for a ‘sample day’ in the Commons.

‘Be Smart This Winter’

With winter closing in, I am urging residents to make sure their homes are ready for anything the weather might bring.

Herald column November 22nd 2018

Summary of my email inbox over last few days: dump the PM and reject her Brexit plan; support the PM and her plan; vote for a ‘People’s Vote (because we didn’t trust the people the first time); ignore the referendum result and dump Brexit; honour the referendum result and just get on with deliver

Herald diary November 15th 2018

The common observation from all the Remembrance Day commemorations held locally and nationally was that the crowds had never been bigger and it was particularly uplifting to see so many young people turn out.