News

A new George Bryan Engagement Event

When the initial George Bryan Centre engagement events were announced, I hoped that patients, carers and local people would have a strong say on the future of the hospital.  The fire sadly meant that the wings of the George Bryan Centre needed to be demolished, now the NHS is considering the futu

Train service monitoring

I think just about all of us who have used the railway network have encountered a delay at one point or another.

A New Brexit Deal

We have got a great new Brexit deal that takes back control - now Parliament should get Brexit done on Saturday  so we can then focus on the people’s priorities including the cost of living, the NHS, violent crime and the environment.

Essential tremor treatments on the horizon

Some of you may recognise one of the faces visiting Parliament today, Jim Carter aka, Mr Carson from Downton Abbey. He was visiting to help raise awareness on essential tremors with the National Tremor Foundation.

The Queen's Speech

Today’s Queen's Speech set out this Government’s ambitious domestic agenda.

✅ Invest in our NHS
✅ 20,000 new Police officers
✅ More schools funding...
✅ Deliver Brexit

We will deliver on Britain’s priorities and we will Get Brexit Done.

 

Visiting the Crafty Two

This Friday I had the opportunity to stop in and visit the Crafty Two, a great new pub in Tamworth.  The pub is adjacent to the assembly rooms on Corporation Street.  This should be an easy pub to find, offering meals, drinks (alcoholic and non), a function room and even board games for people st

A change to UC deductions

A number of you have written in to me with concerns over heavy deductions of benefit whilst claiming Universal Credit.

Update on train overcrowding

Many of you know that I am in regular correspondence with the Department for Transport and Cross Country Trains in relation to the overcrowding, particularly on the peak-hour commuter trains of a morning and early evening.