Investment in Gloucestershire roads

Gloucestershire Conservatives have been working to improve roads across Gloucestershire. Before Parliament dissolved, Gloucestershire MPs met with Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, to discuss the importance of investing in schemes in Gloucestershire, such as the A417 Missing Link.

St White's Primary School Visit

Yesterday, I was delighted to welcome to Parliament a group of Year 6 pupils from St White's Primary School in Cinderford.

Faster broadband

Over the last 7 years, Conservatives in Government and on the County Council have been working to help improve rural broadband speeds in the Forest of Dean and across Gloucestershire.

Legislating for Brexit

As I wrote last week, the Brexit process is now underway, following the triggering of Article 50 by the Prime Minister.

Beginning the Brexit Process

Last week, the Prime Minister formally began the Brexit negotiations, by notifying the European Council of our intention to leave the European Union by triggering Article 50.

Tragic events at Westminster

Last week, an act of terrorism was carried out at Westminster, attacking the heart of our democracy in Parliament. Unfortunately, four people lost their lives, including a member of the Metropolitan Police, PC Keith Palmer, and many others were injured.

Hillside Brewery, South West region award winners

Last week, I was delighted to attend the annual Countryside Alliance Rural Oscar Awards in Parliament. The awards are in their 12th year and celebrate rural produce, skills, enterprise and heritage, championing small businesses and their contribution to the rural economy.

Agri Skills Day at Hartpury College

Two weeks ago, I was pleased to attend the excellent Agri Skills Day hosted by Hartpury College. The Agri Skills day was aimed at showing KS3 pupils (11-14 year olds) how much science and technology is involved within farming.