Opinions

Labour will cost the taxpayer one Trillion pounds

In politics the winner takes it all, that’s the name of the game…

So perhaps it was appropriate that the Prime Minister danced out to Abba before her party conference speech!

Dancing aside, a few things stuck with me from Theresa May’s speech:

Latest EU Proposals - updated

(Written 19th July 2019)

Having read the White Paper I still harbour a number of concerns. I want to ensure that the reasons the UK voted to leave the EU; namely to take back control of our sovereignty, borders, trade and money are respected.

Merry Christmas and a look back on 2017

This is my last Nuneaton News Column before Christmas and I would like to wish residents and their families a very happy Christmas and New Year.

Brexit, Negotiations and Democracy

Brexit continues to dominate politics in the UK as one of the most significant issues facing the country in a generation. As I outlined during the referendum this was not be an easy process with uncertain times in the short-term, and we are still at this stage.

Local Column - What will 2017 bring?

Happy New Year to you and your families.

After 2016 was so unpredictable, it would take a brave person to predict what 2017 will bring.

Local Newpaper Column - Brexit latest

Brexit continues to dominate debate in Parliament with Labour and opposition MPs tabling a debate on the Government’s plan in an attempt to publish a full plan before invoking Article 50.

Local Newspaper Column - Jobs, Planning, Brexit and Conference

•       After a successful Jobs Fair in Atherstone offering lots of opportunities to local people with regional businesses I am delighted to say that my next Jobs Fair will be hosted together with Marcus Jones MP in Bedworth.