Westminster News

Office for Veterans' Affairs

As we approach Remembrance Sunday, I take the opportunity to talk about the new ‘Office for Veterans’ Affairs’.

Weekly look ahead: 22nd October

My Brexit-heavy weekly video, featuring a comprehensive attempt at explaining what’s going on - as well as my eco-tip, a meeting with the new Chief Inspector for the Adur and Worthing division, a Home Affairs Select Committee update and more. 

Backing the campaign to stop delays to blood cancer diagnosis

I am supporting a campaign to reduce the number of blood cancer patients who experience potentially life-threatening delays to diagnosis. I met with representatives from the blood cancer charity Bloodwise in Parliament on Wednesday (16 October) who have launched a new report into the issue.

Environment Bill Reaction

“For those people who are concerned that coming out of the EU might mean some dilution of environmental standards - this is way tougher than anything in the EU at the moment. We are going to be world leaders in environmental protection, and I absolutely support that.”

Herald Column: October 17

So the men with shovels have been clearing up after another Queen’s Speech and all the pomp, ceremony and horse deposits it brings with it. Yet after waiting for the longest time in over 350 years for this one, like London buses there could be another one along in a minute.

Weekly look ahead: 8th October

My weekly video where I talk about ‘Clean-Air Zones’ around schools, meeting with International Development Secretary Alok Sharma and presenting him with the fantastic work done by the pupils of Eastbrook Primary Academy, the climate change event at Ropetackle, my take on the ‘Henriques Report’ a

What's he up to?

Throughout the next few weeks you will be receiving my report - a newspaper full of local and national news. Should you have misplaced or not received your hard copy yet - you can download via the attachment below. 

Weekly look ahead: 10th September

“When a Government cannot get its business through Parliament, when the Government cannot deliver on Brexit because the majority of the MPs in the House of Commons (contrary to what their constituents voted for in the referendum) are constantly frustrating the Brexit process, then in normal circu