Meeting with GWR

On Tuesday 24 April I met with the Managing Director of Great Western Railway, Mark Hopwood, to discuss the service on the North Cotswolds Line.

Concert for Heroes

It was my pleasure to attend the packed Concert for Heroes at the Chateau Impney Hotel in Droitwich Spa on Friday. It was an evening of fantastic music, with performances from the Kidderminster Male Choir, West Midlands Fire Service Band and RAF Cosford Voluntary Band. 

Diabetes UK's food labelling campaign

I have lent my support to a campaign from leading charity Diabetes UK, calling for the public to be given clear nutritional information in restaurants, cafes and takeaways, as well as on the front of all pre-packaged food and drinks. I made the pledge at a parliamentary event hosted by the charit

Upcoming works on M5 junction 6

Highways England will shortly be commencing works on junction 6 of the M5 which are due to last until Spring 2019.

#LoveEvesham event

It was my pleasure to attend the #LoveEvesham event on Saturday. The event was organised by Evesham Town Council to mark the third birthday of the Evesham Town Plan.

Statement on strikes in Syria

Since reports of the use of chemical weapons by the Assad Regime in Syria first emerged last week I have received a lot of correspondence from constituents about the UK’s response and specifically, the decision of the Prime Minister to participate in the co-ordinated retaliatory strikes against t

Tackling fraudulent holiday sickness claims

The Government has taken action on fraudulent holiday sickness claims that threatened to push up the cost of overseas package holidays for British holidaymakers.

Speech on upgrading the Cotswold Line

On Wednesday 28th March, I contributed to a parliamentary debate on upgrades to the Cotswold Line. 

The debate had been called by Robert Courts MP whose Witney constituency is also served by the Cotswold Line and Harriett Baldwin MP was also in attendance.