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Kiln Court: Users WON'T lose out

People who rely on Kiln Court care home will NOT be left without the support they need when it closes in August.

Brexit: Britain votes for change

The British people have voted for change. My job now is to make sure we make the most of this decision and that as a country we seize the opportunity it provides to change things for the better. We must be open for business, we must engage with Europe and the world, we must be tolerant, we must make sure everybody has the chance to make the most of their lives, and build a stronger society of families, communities and neighbours looking out for each other. 

Jo Cox wanted to make life better - that's why MPs do the job

I am full of shock and sadness. Sadness for Jo’s family, her husband and young children who have lost her mother. Shock that she has been killed, and in such a horrific way. I felt so lucky last night as I tucked my children up in bed.

The Dubs amendment: My decision

 I chose not to vote for the 'Dubs amendment' which proposed to take 3,000 refugee children from within Europe. My decision to support the Government was not one I took lightly. I believe that Britain has a moral duty to protect vulnerable refugees, especially children.

My plan for Southeastern

I have been asked ‘what’s the plan’ on Southeastern trains, as passengers continue to experience delayed and cancelled trains

Understanding autism

I'm backing The National Autistic Society's campaign to improve public understanding of autism.