• 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, looking at the recent Budget and my visit to Codnor Castle, is now available to read below.

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  • Amber Valley Jobs Fair - 7th Oct 2016

    I was delighted to recently hold my fifth Jobs Fair, on the 7th October 2016. You can find more information on the event below.

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  • Nigel's Corporation Tax Cut Backed By PM

    The Chancellor has recently committed to supporting my suggestion to lower Corporation Tax from 20% to below 15% to show that the UK is open for business.

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Ripley & Heanor Column – 14th April 2017

Social care is a pressing topic at the moment and a matter which I know is of concern to many residents of Amber Valley. Our social care system cares for over a million people, and I pay tribute to the hundreds of thousands of carers who work in it, yet the system is clearly under pressure. Current funding is not keeping pace with demand for health and social care services which is why the Public Accounts Committee, on which I [...]

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March Newsletter

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Dear Constituent,

Welcome to my latest newsletter to keep you updated on my work in Parliament and around Amber Valley.

As always, you’ll find a selection of what I’ve been up to over the last month and details of upcoming events. You’ll also find the usual information about my columns and surgeries, and how to get in touch.

Article 50 triggered:

Last week, the Prime Minister notified the European Council of the Government’s decision to invoke Article 50 and [...]

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Ripley & Heanor Column – 17th March 2017

It’s been a busy month in Westminster, as the Chancellor announced the financial plan for the year ahead in the Budget and, after a bit of ping pong between the Houses, the Brexit Bill has passed through Parliament and received Royal Assent. This means the Prime Minister can now trigger Article 50 by the end of March and begin Brexit negotiations.

With our exit from the EU in mind, and the aim of getting Britain and our businesses ready to capitalise [...]

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Cancellation of self-employed National Insurance increase

I welcome today’s decision by the Chancellor that the Government will not proceed with the increases to National Insurance for the self-employed announced in last week’s Budget.

In my speech to the House immediately following the Budget, and in public interviews afterwards, I highlighted that the proposed rise would be unwelcome news to people who are struggling and not getting all the rights they are entitled to, and that a tax rise which discourages any kind of activity is not attractive, [...]

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