Last week the Cabinet approved the draft deal for our withdrawal from the EU. The full document is here. The Government have today published a summary of the agreement here.
As some of you may have heard on BBC Radio Derby last Thursday, I am greatly concerned by various aspects of… Read More
Highways England recently visited Amber Valley and went on a tour of the key noise hotspots with me.
Their noise specialist, Ian Holmes, attended alongside their regional manager for this area, Kamaljit Khokhar, and I took them to noise hotspots in Ripley, Alfreton, Swanwick and Coxbench. Whilst in Coxbench, we met… Read More
Last week saw the Queen attend Parliament to perform the official State Opening of Parliament. This marks the formal start of the Parliamentary session and includes the Queen’s Speech –which sets out the Government’s legislative agenda over the coming year. This year’s speech built upon the important measures this Government… Read More
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Now that the Police and Crime Commissioner and local elections are over, attention shifts to the 23rd of June’s EU Referendum, which is quickly approaching.
Below you can find information on an EU Referendum event this Saturday, details of Boris… Read More
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Welcome to my latest newsletter to keep you updated on my work in Parliament and what I’ve been up to in Amber Valley.
As always, you’ll find a selection of what I’ve… Read More
Last night, I was delighted to be returned to Parliament as the Member for Amber Valley. I won the seat with a 9.2% – or 4,205 majority. In 2010, my majority was 536, so we achieved a 5.4% swing.
It is an honour and a privilege to be re-elected here, and I promise… Read More
On Tuesday 20th January, I asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Philip Hammond MP, several questions relating to our membership of the European Union and confirmation of the timing of an EU Referendum. This is an issue I know that many of my constituents are concerned… Read More
The Prime Minister has now given his long-awaited speech on immigration, following his promise to address this issue during his speech at Conservative Party Conference. I welcome his readiness to tackle this issue head on and support the measures he set out.
On the doorstep in 2010, when I was campaigning… Read More