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New Ban on Ivory Sales

Today I was delighted to see that the UK will be introducing a ban on ivory sales.

Vote 100

Yesterday marked an important centenary in British Politics. On February 6th 1918, the 1918 Act was passed after years of protest and debate for women’s suffrage.

UK withdrawal from the EU

As we discuss the terms for Brexit with our European counterparts, Theresa May has made it clear that the Government will get the best deal for Britain and is committed to building a country that works for everyone.

Public Sector Pay

I have received a number of emails this week from constituents regarding the recent Labour amendment which was tabled last week, to end the public sector pay freeze. I want to give my thoughts on this matter, and to explain why I voted against Labour’s amendment last week.

'The Great Get Together'

I am posting some photos here from a local event held in Bournemouth at the weekend in memory of Jo Cox, the former MP for Batley and Spen who was so tragically murdered one year ago as she made her way to meet local constituents.

Delighted to be re-elected

At 3:30am today, Friday 9th June 2017, I was delighted to be re-elected once again by the people of Bournemouth East as their Member of Parliament.

Manchester Attack

Having now had time to process the horrific events of Monday night's suicide bombing attack in Manchester, I wanted to offer my thoughts, which I have set out here.

My Public Meetings - Bournemouth East

My public meetings for Bournemouth East residents in the lead up to the General Election are now confirmed and listed in the above flyer.

I am also taking part in a debate with other candidates for Bournemouth East next Monday, 22nd May, at 7:30pm at Immanuel Church, Southbourne.