Local News

Craig Tracey MP questions HS2 costs and calls for alternatives

North Warwickshire’s Member of Parliament Craig Tracey, a consistent opponent of HS2 due to its devastating impact of North Warwickshire and its lack of business case, has been working closely with the Taxpayer’s Alliance after launching the ‘Great British Transport Competition’.

Health Secretary visits George Eliot Hospital

Matt Hancock, the Secretary of State for Health, joined local MPs Craig Tracey and Marcus Jones, George Eliot Chief Executive Glen Burley and Chairman Prem Singh in an extensive visit to our hospital.

Police in Warwickshire to receive up to £7m in increased funding

Craig Tracey MP for North Warwickshire & Bedworth has welcomed a Government announcement of significant funding increases for Warwickshire’s Police Force. The news follows the release of figures showing that crime was down in the area during 2018 compared to the previous year.

Brexit Statement Update

Having had the opportunity to thoroughly examine the withdrawal agreement and the subsequent political declaration, which outlines our future relationship, I have identified a number of areas which are of concern.

Craig Opens New State of the Art extension to Loades Ecoparc

Craig Tracey MP and Cllr Damon Brown were pleased to officially open the new extension to Loades Ecoparc on Blackhorse Road, Exhall last week.  The Loades brothers, Rob and Tony, whose company has been established in the area for over 70 years, have demonstrated their ongoing commitment to high t

Queen’s Canopy trees planted at St Giles School

North Warwickshire and Bedworth MP Craig Tracey joined staff and students of St Giles Junior School, Exhall to plant trees as part of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy, a network of forest conservation initiatives to mark Her Majesty's lifetime of service to the Commonwealth.

Brexit statement

*For the avoidance of doubt I have amended the penultimate paragraph as it may have been interpreted in a different way than it was intended.*