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Live Animal Exports

Discussing the issue of live animal exports from Shoreham Harbour - post-Brexit we will be able to at last ban the export of live animals which we are currently unable to do due to EU regulations.

Election Leaflet

My election leaflets where I outline my main campaign themes can be found below:

1950s Women Pension Update

Re-confirming my long-running support for the fight for justice for the 1950s pension women.

Meet-up Monday

I was at the fantastic Broadwater Pub this morning to drop in to the ‘Meet-up Monday’ event that is held every Monday between 11-12, organised by the landlady Diane Guest.

Update on Cafe Licence Charges

Following a very encouraging meeting with the new Leader of West Sussex County Council and others, I am delighted that the Council will go back to the drawing board on their proposed license charges that cafes and restaurants that have outside seating and chairs were being faced with.

The nomination papers are in

The nomination papers are in - and I will be the Conservative Candidate for East Worthing and Shoreham on December 12th. My 4 priorities for East Worthing and Shoreham are school funding, keeping our hospitals ‘Outstanding’, tackling the climate emergency and sorting out the A27.

Remembrance Day

On Remembrance Day I discuss the parades we had locally over the weekend, as well talking about what action we are taking to help our veterans. I also react to the positive news about the ending of the legal pursuit of ex-service personnel who served during the Troubles.

School Funding

Starting my election campaign with my number 1 priority locally - school funding.

Weekly look ahead: 5th November

My final weekly video before the election - I discuss my meeting with GSK representatives in Worthing, an exciting update on Burrscroft, talking at a 1950s pension event and an upcoming meeting with the new Leader of West Sussex County Council on the cafe licensing charges.

Office for Veterans' Affairs

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