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Swear in

Today I  was dutifully sworn in as Broxtowe’s new Member of Parliament, pledging my allegiance to Her Majesty, which you can watch here.

1st Day in Parliament

I enter Parliament today, #ServingBroxtowe, to deliver a better future for our country. As with all new MPs, we must #GetBrexitDone. We can then move forward and invest in our NHS, schools, and create safer streets. The People’s Government will deliver on the people’s priorities.  

Beeston Rylands Surgery

I would like to thank each and every one of my constituents for electing me on the 12th of December. It is an honour and a privilege to serve. What I did straight after was hold my first surgery in Beeston Rylands, at the Beeston Lock on Saturday the 14th of December, as I had said at the count!

Postal Votes

If you have a #PostalVote please make sure you get them out in time!

To protect democracy is one of the main reasons I served in the RAF - that’s what we need to do now & #GetBrexitDone.

Public Service

No stranger to public service, Darren devoted 26 years of his life to our country with the Royal Air Force. His skills, loyalty and work ethic honed in the face of adversity will make him the perfect Member of Parliament to represent everyone in Broxtowe.

A Broxtowe Romance

Darren met the love of his life, Caroline, whilst living and working in the area during the 90s - Caroline was born and raised here, with the history of their family firmly rooted locally. Ever since first moving here, Darren has fallen in love with Broxtowe and its people.

 

Support for Getting Brexit Done

Thank you to Steve Barclay, Minister for Exiting the EU for joining us today.

Lots of great conversations with people who just want to Get Brexit Done.

Darren Fire Away!

Boris Johnson visited today. Here he is rallying the troops to enxure a Conservative majoruty that will Get Brexit Done, taking our country forward.

Cllr Jan Goold is also in the photo. 

What can politicians learn from Rugby? 

As we approach the "kick-off" for a general election campaign, we are also excitedly anticipating a win for England in the World Cup Final this Saturday in Japan and I'll be cheering them on.

More jobs for Broxtowe

Official ONS figures show that in the East Midlands, there are now 2,360,414 people in work – meaning that with the Conservatives, 260,677 more people have been able to access the security of a job.