29th October 2015 RE: Junior Doctors’ Contract – not a single junior doctor will see their pay cut compared to their current contract As you know, this Government was elected on a mandate to deliver a 7-day NHS and ensure NHS care is the same quality across the week. Independent research published in the British […]
New website brings home ownership schemes together including Right to Buy, Help to Buy and the Help to Buy: ISA available from 1 December A homebuyers website has been launched by the government to help hard working people who are looking to own their own home: www.ownyourhome.gov.uk According to the British Social Attitudes Survey, 86% […]
29 October 2015 The House will shortly debate the Second Reading of the Housing and Planning Bill. The Bill implements a number of the Government’s key manifesto commitments to enable hardworking people to enjoy the security of home ownership, help those who need a new affordable property, and boost overall housing supply. The Bill includes […]
23rd October 2015 The Rt Hon John Redwood MP House of Commons London SW1A 0AA Dear Mr Redwood Thank you for your recent letter. Since we last spoke, we’ve now received the report from the independent consultant on flight patterns affecting the Wokingham area. This analysis is one of the first of a series of […]
Dear John Thank you for your letter of 1 September, enclosing correspondence from Mr Andy Couldrick, Chief Executive, Wokingham Borough Council, about school funding. Thank you also for taking the time to meet with me last month and setting out your concerns about school funding in Wokingham. I was sorry to read about Mr Couldrick’s […]
Yesterday I spoke about the battle of Trafalgar to a Trafalgar Commemoration dinner in Henley at Phyllis Court. I am grateful to the 130 people who came to hear, and for their contributions to the Variety Club Charity. As an Ambassador to Variety Club I asked that they be given the charitable money the Club […]
The latest figures show Thames Valley crime down by 31% compared to 2010. The national figures are also encouraging, with crime down 30% since 2010 and by 8% over the last year.
I recently attended a debate on the subject of Heathrow Airport noise mitigation: Heathrow: Noise Mitigation Adjournment Debate, 19 October 2015 Motion made, and Question proposed, That this House do now adjourn.—(Margot James.) 11.12 pm Dr Phillip Lee (Bracknell) (Con): I applied for the debate this evening so that I could outline the adverse impact that […]
Today I attended the West Berkshire Councillor policy and training day and spoke to them about what a Conservative Council can achieve, working with a Conservative government. I set out the aims of the affordable homes for sale policy and urged West Berkshire to be an early adopter. I explained the outlines of the Housing […]
The latest figures show unemployment down by another 50 over the year to stand now at just 369 people. Unemployment is down 64% compared to 2010.