Campaigns

Beeston Station Accessibility Improvements Campaign

Recently Grant Shapps announced a £20 million funding boost for accessibility improvements for 124 stations across the country - I was disappointed that Beeston Station in Broxtowe had not been selected as one of the stations, as it needs investment in accessibility.

Get Brexit Done

On Friday the 20th of December, it was a big day for the nation as we voted to pass the Second Reading of the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill, with 358 votes Aye to 234 votes No.

Broxtowe: Not Forgotten

Broxtowe is perfectly placed within the country to be a hive of business, entrepreneurs and hardworkers. I will ensure the Conservative's pledge to cut business rates to 50% is honoured so that Broxtowe can thrive as a hub of industry.

Battle of Broxtowe

Make no mistake, to win the Broxtowe seat we Conservatives have a battle on our hands.  Darren Henry would bring to bear his energy, military and business experience to this campaign.

On a mission to deliver for our communities

Your Member of Parliament must be your champion at Westminster to best serve our communities.

It is an honour to have been elected as the Conservative MP for Broxtowe.

I am here to help, so please don't hesitate to get in touch.

 

Young Conservatives

Young Conservatives has been formed to put young people at the heart of our campaign.

Young Conservative members are full members of the Conservative Party and are represented within the party associations.

Clamping down on rogue traders

Rogue traders often offer gardening, roofing or driveway work or maintenance services at initially cheap rates but the quality of work is substandard or unnecessary and the final price extortionate.

Commonwealth - #ThankYou100

During WW1 the Commonwealth answered the call with volunteers from far and wide including pre-partition India, the Caribbean and Africa, all of whom make up a vibrant part of our culture today.

National Democracy Week

The week will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act 1918 when the first British women over 30 (who met a property qualification) won the right to vote and the 90th anniversary of the Equal Franchise Act 1928 which granted equal voting rights to men and women.