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Secretary of State in Stapleford

Great to be back home in Broxtowe to take the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities & Local Government and fellow Nottinghamshire MP Robert Jenrick around Stapleford today, where the Towns Fund bid will be implemented - Damian McGrath made us all (including our family dog Poppy) feel ve

County Councils Network Meeting

Having spoken to some councillors in Broxtowe about how councils are funded and ahead of a meeting with Nottinghamshire County Council Leader Kay Cutts, I met with Baroness Scott from the House of Lords and Simon Edwards & James Holden from the County Councils Network.

Stapleford Towns Fund Meeting

Outside the Carnegie Civic & Community Centre where I attended the Stapleford Towns Fund Meeting this afternoon.

Third Reading of the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill

After being in the AYE lobby casting my vote for the Third Reading of the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill, it was great to be sat with fellow Nottinghamshire MP Brendan Clarke-Smith for Bassetlaw, when our newly re-elected Deputy Speaker Dame Eleanor Laing announced we’re going to be able to Get Bre

Back in Westminster

Great to come back after Christmas and settle into my new office in Parliament as your MP - I assure you whilst I am here I will always be thinking ‘what is in it for Broxtowe’. 

Nuthall/Watnall Surgery

I joined Cllrs Philip and Jill Owen and Paul Simpson today at the Temple Centre in Nuthall for my second surgery since being elected. One of the residents attending the surgery was Tina Bird from Watnall.

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.

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!

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.