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Tim Loughton MP visits people with dementia in Worthing

Tim Loughton MP (East Worthing and Shoreham) visited the Worthing Alzheimer’s Society office in Stone Lane, Worthing, on Friday 12 February 2016. During his visit, Tim met the society’s staff and volunteers, who work tirelessly to provide an important service, as well as the Worthing Town Cryers.

GTR Performance Update: Monday 8th Feb - Friday 12th Feb

Southern's performance was a little better than the previous week. Although the Gatwick Express line again saw heavy disruption on Monday and Friday, whilst Monday was a particularly bad day with no fewer than 327 journeys delay be 30 minutes or more and over 1100 delayed by more than 5 minutes.

Latest Herald Column - 11 February 2016

I had a very busy constituency Friday dealing with everything from Lancing sewage spills to restrictions on catching Sea Bass and the UK Youth Parliament’s anti-racism campaign. That’s just the way I like it.

MPs win Rehab Parliamentary Pancake Race

In an egg-citing finish to this year's Rehab Parliamentary Pancake Race in London, the MPs' Team flattened our opposition to scoop victory at the annual showdown of Westminster's finest. 

Home Affairs Select Commitee - Calais Border

Watch me enable Immigration Minister, James Brokenshire MP, to admit in today's Home Affairs Select Committee that there is no link between Brexit and the ending of the 'Treaty of Le Touquet', which effectively establishes our borders in Calais. 

BBC South East Today - Calais Border

I responded yesterday to the Prime Minister's claim that voting for Brexit would result in migrant camps like "the Jungle" in Calais moving to southern England has provoked quite the backlash. The two things - the EU and the Treaty of Le Touqet - are just not linked. So let's concentrate on the facts and let's have a rational debate about what should happen. 

A27 Working Group Update

On Thursday 4 February 2016, I attended the third meeting of the local A27 Working Group.

Meeting Adur and Worthing's Member of Youth Parliament

Delighted to be able to discuss the UK Youth Parliament's anti-racism campaign, 'Don't hate, educate', with Adur and Worthing's Member of Youth Parliament, Stephen Gearing, and his deputy, Sebastian Maxed, as well as receiving an update on a number of local campaigns they have been taking part in.