Whilst yesterday I voted against the so-called Brexit ‘deal’ that the Prime Minister has negotiated with the EU, today, I was pleased to support the government this evening in Labour’s attempted vote of no confidence.
Today, I spoke in the final day of the Brexit debate to put forward my views on the withdrawal agreement that has been negotiated by the Prime Minister. I want a good deal with the EU, but this is not that deal.
I’m delighted to be writing the first in a new series of monthly columns on my work as the Member of Parliament for North East Hampshire, which covers parts of Hart, like Fleet and some of Yateley, and parts of Basingstoke and Deane too.
Yesterday, with regret, I resigned from my position as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Ministry of Justice. Having read the draft Brexit deal put before Cabinet yesterday, it is not something that I can support.
A group of local parents, residents and teachers today announced that they have submitted a formal application to the Department for Education to open a new secondary free school. The next stage is for the group to be invited to attend an interview with the Department for Education.
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