Today in Parliament, Craig Tracey MP asked a question in Prime Minister's Questions about the need for early diagnosis of Breast Cancer, and in particular the Change and Check campaign run by Helen Addis, a member of the ITV Lorraine Show Team.
On Tuesday, North Warwickshire’s Member of Parliament, alongside, former Cabinet Minister David Davis MP launched a report detailing 28 local and national transport infrastructure projects that could be funded if High Speed 2 (HS2) was scrapped.
Craig Tracey MP for Bedworth, Marcus Jones MP for Nuneaton and Mark Pawsey MP for Bulkington visited Nuneaton Town Hall to deliver a letter to Julie Jackson, Leader of Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council.
I have been contacted by, and spoken with, thousands of residents over the last few years regarding the UK leaving the EU. I completely understand concerns and frustrations from all sides of the debate.
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’.
Firstly, I would like to update residents on the Prime Minister's statement on Tuesday. In it she announced that the next “Meaningful Vote” on the proposals that she brings back to Parliament will be held by 12th March.