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EU Withdrawal Agreement

Today I am standing up for Brexit, I spent the weekend in a dark room with a hot towel on my head reading the 585-page draft EU Withdrawal Agreement, which is not even the agreement that we are going to end up with, it is just the terms on which we can negotiate a future agreement! 

Respect for Shopworkers Week

I visited the Co-op store in Broadwater on 16 November to demonstrate my support for Respect for Shopworkers Week.

Worthing High School Question Time

In-between all that there was quite a grilling from 400 students at Worthing High School for their inaugural Question Time event where I was invited to be on the panel along with Chief Inspector Miles Ockwell, Councillor Becky Cooper and of course the head himself, Pan Panayiotou.

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.

NSPCC AGM

Great to attend South & Mid Sussex NSPCC AGM meeting where the local Lancing branch once again had fund raised the most over the course of the year. Congratulations to all involved! 

Sussex Bangladeshi Caterers Association awards

It was a unique way to end Remembrance Sunday when I was invited to attend the Sussex Bangladeshi Caterers Association Chef of the Year Award Ceremony and Gala Dinner at the Assembly Hall in Worthing and present an award.

Remembrance Day 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.

Herald column November 8th 2018

The chances of successfully steering a Private Member's Bill through all its labyrinthine Parliamentary stages are usually quite slim, and MPs usually keep it simple sticking to one main theme to bring about a change in the law.

Digital Services Tax

I want to thank all those constituents who have written to me about the Digital Services Tax, or the so-called "Amazon Tax".