Herald Column: August 22

If you think that the WI is just all ‘jam and Jerusalem’ then think again. I spent a very jolly but very informative lunch and afternoon with Lancing branch of the WI to celebrate their centenary at Lancing Parish Hall last week.

State Pension Inequality for 1950s Women - Update

“Look - this is just to say we haven’t forgotten about the 1950s pension women … you know that you have a large amount of support across all the parties in Parliament, it’s just a question of when there is legislation that we can either force some changes through, or hopefully, to get the Ministe

Herald Column: August 15

Worthing’s Breathe Easy Group certainly know how to hold a party. There was more cake than you could shake a stick at for their 20th birthday party at Field Place last Friday.

Yellowhammer Vote!

I'm incredibly proud to be the RSPB 'Species Champion' for the Yellowhammer - and I encourage everyone to vote for Back from the Brink in the National Lottery awards!

Weekly look ahead: 13th August

My weekly video from a windy Worthing beach, talking about the incident over the weekend, my meeting with GSK management, the Shoreham Horticultural Show and other events coming up this week.

Herald Column: August 8

‘I have just been on a trip to Israel and all I came back with was three bent spoons’ is not a regular T shirt slogan, but it happened to me last week.

Weekly look ahead: 7th August

Back in Westminster for my weekly video - featuring a meeting with GSK management, my Israel trip, the Shoreham Horticultural Society 'Summer Show' and our East Worthing and Shoreham 'Cutest Pet Competition'!

Tiffin Cup 2019

I have congratulated our local Indian restaurant, Calcutta 16 in Shoreham-by-Sea, for being Highly Commended in the Tiffin Cup competition following my nomination earlier this year.

Weekly look ahead: 1st August

My weekly video from Israel, featuring wormeries, the Croquet World Championships and a meeting with Uri Geller.

Herald Column: August 1

After another hectic week which saw new Prime Minister Boris Johnson change most of the Cabinet and get off to a barnstorming start with an energising 2-hour debut at the Despatch Box, an exhausted Parliament starts the summer recess this week.