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Weekly Column 13.02.19

Last month I voted for a deal that delivers on the result of the referendum. One that sees the end of the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice, that ends us having to pay vast sums to Brussels every week, that means that the UK Parliament decides on our immigration policy and that sees the UK leaving both the EU customs union and single market but which crucially protects jobs and security. 

Weekly Column 06.02.19

I had a meeting with the Minister of State for Schools, the Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP earlier this month, together with other Staffordshire MPs to discuss amongst other things, the latest 2018 Key Stage 2 results which were published on 13th December.

Weekly Column

Sunday 27th January was Holocaust Memorial Day and I was honoured and humbled last week to join other MPs and sign the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment in Parliament.
The Holocaust Educational Trust was founded in 1988 during the passage of the War Crimes Act. Their aim is to raise awareness and understanding in schools and amongst the wider public of the Holocaust and its relevance today.

Weekly Column 23.01.19

As your local Member of Parliament, above all else, I am here to help my constituents wherever I can and after what was certainly an eventful week in Westminster, it was back to Staffordshire Moorlands for surgery appointments.
I am always delighted to be invited to local events and to visit schools, charities and businesses but I also run a busy constituency office in Leek where my staff and I try to help local residents with a wide range of issues.

Holocaust Memorial Day

Moorlands MP, Karen Bradley signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment earlier today in Parliament, pledging her commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day.  
Sunday 27th January marks the anniversary of the liberation in 1945 of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the Nazi concentration and death camp where 1.1 million men, women and children were murdered. The theme for this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day is “Torn from Home.”

Brexit Statement 22.01.19

Last week I voted for a deal that delivers on the result of the referendum. One that sees the end of the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice, that ends us having to pay vast sums to Brussels every week, that means that the UK Parliament decides on our immigration policy and that sees the UK leaving both the EU customs union and single market but which crucially protects jobs and security. 

Weekly Column 16.01.19

Many of you have contacted me with your concerns about cold-calling and in particular about pensions scams. Pensions are most people’s largest financial asset making them an attractive target for fraudsters.