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EU Withdrawal Bill receives Royal Assent

Today the EU Withdrawal Bill received Royal Assent.

Last week, Parliament passed the EU Withdrawal Bill showing people in the UK, and to the EU, that the elected representatives in this country are getting on with the job and delivering on the will of the British people.

Karen comments on EU Withdrawal Bill

Karen has received many letters and emails from Moorlands residents sharing their many different views and concerns on the EU Withdrawal Bill and the recent amendments.
 
Karen commented,

Weekly Column 20.06.18

It’s been a busy week in Westminster with the EU Withdrawal Bill returned to the House of Commons and Members of Parliament considering amendments tabled in the House of Lords. The purpose of the EU Withdrawal Bill is to ensure that the UK exits the EU with certainty, continuity and control.

Weekly Column 13.06.18

After a busy week in Westminster, it’s always great to be back in the Moorlands and as well as various meetings and surgeries, I was pleased to visit the Werrington Library and Wellbeing Centre again to talk to some of the volunteers and Library staff.

Moorlands MP, Karen Bradley welcomes Mobile Youth Voice project

Moorlands MP, Karen Bradley was delighted to visit Ross Podyma and Ben Rigby from Sporting Communities in Biddulph to hear about the £398,000 Reaching Communities lottery funding they have received for a project called M-Y-Voice which will be run out in Biddulph, Leek and Cheadle and which will run over 5 years.

Weekly Column 06.06.18

Last week was recess and as always, it was lovely to be back home in the Moorlands with my family and friends. We were lucky with the weather over the bank holiday weekend compared to other parts of the country and I particularly enjoyed a long walk around Rudyard.

Karen welcomes Channel 4 Announcement

Moorlands MP, Karen Bradley has welcomed the announcement  that Stoke-on-Trent has been shortlisted as one of the 6 cities for consideration as a Channel 4 Creative Hub.

Weekly Column 23.05.18

I usually cover local issues in this column, but know that many people in Staffordshire Moorlands have concerns regarding the consultation I recently published as Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.