• Welcome from Nigel

    I was privileged to be re-elected as the Member of Parliament for Amber Valley in 2015. As always, please don't hesitate to contact me with any views or concerns you may have.

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  • Latest Newsletter

    My latest newsletter is now available to read below.

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  • Amber Valley Jobs Fair Success

    I was pleased to hold my fourth Jobs Fair recently to bring employers, training providers and jobseekers together. You can find more information on the event below.

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  • Lily Street Farm Update

    Please see below for the full details of my recent letter asking the Minister of State to call-in the Lily Street Farm planning application in Swanwick.

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  • Nigel's Income Tax Cut Backed By PM

    I’d like to thank all my constituents who have supported my petition to increase the Personal Allowance in to the level of the Minimum Wage to £12,000 or above so that the people earning the minimum wage would not pay any Income Tax.
    The PM has pledged that a future Conservative Government would increase the allowance to £12,500.

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Derby Telegraph Column – March 2016

As I write this, the House is in Easter recess, so I’ve been spending my time in Amber Valley meeting with constituents and supporting our fantastic Borough Council candidates in the run up to the local elections in May. If you have any concerns that you would like to meet with me to discuss over the coming weeks, please contact my office on 01773 744341 or by email nigel.mills.mp@parliament.uk.

Before the House rose last week, the majority of parliamentary time was [...]

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Nigel supports Bill to Tackle Multinational Tax Avoidance

Nigel Mills MP supporting Rt Hon Caroline Flint MP’s Ten Minute Rule Bill to tackle Multinational Tax Avoidance

On Tuesday 15th March, I sponsored Rt Hon Caroline Flint MP’s Ten Minute Rule Bill on Multinational Enterprises (Financial Transparency). I have long supported increased transparency in multinational’s tax affairs and I appreciate my constituents’ concern with multinational company tax avoidance. I believe this Bill would increase confidence in the tax system and address public anger regarding multinational companies’ failure to pay [...]

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Budget 2016 – What it means for Amber Valley Residents

Earlier today, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced his 2016 Budget, where he outlined his spending and fiscal plans to Parliament, introducing great measures for workers, drivers, savers, business owners and the self-employed in Amber Valley, and not to mention further support for infrastructure and investment in the East Midlands more broadly.

There were some very welcome measures announced in today’s Budget and I have outlined below, the measures which I believe will make a different to the lives of Amber [...]

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Welfare Work and Reform Bill – Employment Support Allowance

Following the recent reforms to Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) contained in the Welfare Reform and Work Bill, which has now been approved by both Houses of Parliament, which a number of you have contacted me about, I wanted to clarify why these measures have been introduced and how they will help ESA claimants placed in Work Related Activity Group.

Under these reforms, from April 2017, new ESA claimants placed in the work-related activity group (WRAG) will receive the same rate [...]

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