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Weekly Column 18.12.19

This is my first column for several weeks.  Once Parliament dissolved in early November, there were no MPs and newspapers have to follow very strict rules about impartiality, so this column had to stop.  But of course, having written a column for over nine and a half years, it is inevitable that at the end of every week I get to thinking about what I would have written about.  And so much has happened in the Moorlands in that time, Christmas light switch-ons, school fairs, art exhibitions, as well of course as a General Election.

Thank You

I am honoured and humbled to have been re-elected as your Member of Parliament. Thank you to everyone who voted for me and to all my fantastic team for their help.

In Cheddleton on Polling Day evening

I am in Cheddleton now on this Polling Day evening. Lots of people voting and so many local residents saying they just want to Get Brexit Done. Thank you to everyone who has said they are supporting me.

In Rudyard on this Polling Day afternoon

It's still raining but in Rudyard now on this Polling Day afternoon. Lots of people voting and so many local residents saying they just want to Get Brexit Done.

In Biddulph Moor on this Polling Day afternoon

In Biddulph Moor now on this Polling Day afternoon and it's still raining! Lots of support and so many local residents are saying they just want to Get Brexit Done.

Calling into Biddulph Conservative Club

Just called into the Biddulph Conservative Club with the team on this Polling Day afternoon.
Lots of support locally and thank you to everyone who has said they are voting for me.

In Bagnall on this Polling Day afternoon

I am out and about all over the constituency and am now in Bagnall on this very wet Polling Day afternoon.
So many local residents are saying they just want to Get Brexit Done.