Opinions

View From the House - April 28

“If this virus were a physical assailant, an unexpected and invisible mugger – which I can tell you from personal experience, it is – then this is the moment when we have begun together to wrestle it to the floor” – these were some of the words that stuck with me as Boris Johnson returned to No10

New role as Housing Minister

I am delighted to have been appointed as the Minister for Housing by the Prime Minister.  Naturally I am sad to leave behind the great work being done at the Foreign Office in building bridges across the world and delivering this Government’s vision of Global Britain.

View From the House Jan 31

I am writing this edition of View From The House whilst still in Westminster.  It is January 31st and along The Mall and all around Parliament Square Union flags are proudly flying on our last day in the EU.  By the time you read this our 47-year membership of the European Union will have come to

View From the House - September 9th

Hello and welcome back to my weekly View from the House for Tamworth Informed. The summer recess has been incredibly busy, with a lot of changes. I signed off my last View from the House saying there would be lots of news to report, I do not think I am wrong!

The path to Brexit

The votes in the House this week show there is a clear choice on Brexit.

Only Boris Johnson and the Conservatives will get Brexit done and move forward.

Labour and Jeremy Corbyn offer more confusion, delay and division.

The choice is clear - BACK BORIS, GET BREXIT

View From the House - 31st July

HELLO and welcome to my weekly View from the House for Tamworth Informed. Last week has been a very busy week here in the heart of Westminster, as well as in the news!