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Brexit update

It has been a busy few weeks on the Brexit front and I know the matter can be confusing, so I hope to provide a little more clarity for you.

Today MPs will have an opportunity to respect the result of the referendum, take back control and get Brexit done in an orderly and friendly way.

Christmas Card Competition

Believe it or not the time is soon upon us - Christmas! In between the Brexit news, I wanted to let you know about my Christmas Card competition.

Vacant Seats Scheme Update

The temporary vacant seats scheme is a scheme operated by Staffordshire County Council, which allows students who live a good distance away from their school or college, to 'purchase' a seat on a local bus, help them get to school.

Help to buy extension - Forces Members

This month the Government is extending the Help to Buy scheme for armed forces members.  This will help many more of our service personnel make their first steps on the property ladder as a thank you for their commitment to our country.

Saturday's votes

On Saturday I attended Westminster with the full intention of voting for a Brexit Deal. It was disappointing that once again, Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP voted to stop Brexit - going against the democratic will of the British people AGAIN.

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 (NTF).