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Over the last two weeks we have seen three days of extensive debate over Brexit legislation, with dozens of votes and detailed discussions as we work to deliver the EU Referendum result in the way that maximises the opportunities for UK from current and new economic relationships. 

 

Gazette & Herald Column: Don't worry, bee happy is an MP's new way to relax

Even the busiest MP has to slow down sometimes, and one of the most calming things I have ever done is to become a bee keeper.  The excitement of seeing the colonies survive the winter, the fascination of watching worker bees flying in with neatly packed pollen sacs for the baby bees, and the occ

Gazette & Herald Column: A good Brexit was never going to be plain sailing

It’s been a week of deep dives into Brexit legislation with hours of debates, dozens of votes and detailed discussions in public and private as we work to deliver the EU Referendum result in the way that maximises the opportunities for UK from current and new economic relationships.  Their Lordsh

My Weekly Roundup

Another busy week in Parliament, with lots of exciting things underway.

Gazette & Herald Column: I will march with my head held high to honour women

On Sunday I will be attending the Vote 100 March in London along with other female MPs and thousands of women and girls to mark 100 years since some women were enfranchised.  100 years later, there is much to celebrate, but also so much more progress to be made.  With all that is happening in the

Visit to Richard Hannon Racing at Herridge

Local equine businesses are significant employers across the Constituency and it is always a pleasure to visit Richard Hannon Snr and Jnr, and the rest of the team at Herridge.   We discussed the challenges of recruiting and retaining stable staff and also issues with broadband speeds which are a