We voted. And participated in one of the biggest democratic exercises in our history, with more than 33 million people having their say.
Today the Queen delivered her State Opening of Parliament speech for 2016 which focused on using the strengthening economy to: deliver security for working people; increase life chances for the most disadvantaged; and, strengthen our national security.
I am glad the government has taken on board the advice offered by those working in the education sector, with regards to the new academy proposals. Following discussions with local councils, teachers, governors and parents, the government will continue to focus on raising the standards and attainment levels of school, ensuring that all schools have the necessary support they need to do this.
The referendum outcome will impact our politics, our economics, our security, our reach and our influence far beyond our own shores. All would agree that foreign voices should refrain from commenting on domestic election campaigns, but it is for this reason that this convention does not, and should not, apply to the EU referendum.
For a number of months I have been considering my opinions on our membership of the European Union
Today the Chancellor gave his Autumn Budget Statement - but what does it mean for you?
Yesterday, the Government announced the results of it's review of our military services
As an ex-soldier myself, this day is especially poignant
Recent discussions about a ‘Super Council’, combining Christchurch, Poole, Bournemouth and East Dorset councils, have been hitting the local news headlines
Today the Prime Minister made a fantastic statement at conference setting out the next years in Government