Following the Queen’s Speech and the State Opening of Parliament, it was back to Parliamentary business in the House on Wednesday. Following the news of the FIFA indictment by the US Authorities this week, a number of constituents have contacted me about these revelations and I took the opportunity to…Read More
Last week saw the Queen visit Parliament to perform the official State Opening of Parliament, which 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.
I was particularly pleased by the inclusion of legislation for an…Read More
Over the past few weeks my inbox has been inundated with a large number of emails and letters regarding the Hunting Act 2004. The Prime Minister, David Cameron recently outlined that he would like to see a free vote on the Hunting Act 2004 and whether it should be repealed…Read More
I’ve campaigned in Parliament to keep fuel duty at the lowest possible level, and we’ve already gone far on this by avoiding 20p per litre of Labour’s planned fuel duty hikes as set out in their fuel duty escalator – this saves my constituents £11 each time they fill up.