Hinchley Wood Mothers’ Union

Last night, I visited the Hinchley Wood Mothers’ Union (HWMU) at St. Christopher’s Church. The Mothers’ Union are a fantastic local group, which form part of their larger international parent organisation. HWMU run a regular programme of events throughout the year, supporting the work of the parish of Hinchley Wood, as well as the wider […]

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Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance Service

Today, I visited the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance Trust (KSSAT) to see for myself the incredible service provided by this great charity. I met with Adrian Bell, CEO, Helen Bowcock, Chair of Trustees, and some of the medics and pilots. I received a detailed briefing on how the service and Trust operate. The […]

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Foreign Policy and Moral Red Lines

Yesterday, I wrote a column for The Sunday Times making the case for my proposed Magnitsky Amendment to the Criminal Finances Bill. The proposal, backed in Parliament by MPs from eight different political parties, would target those involved in profiting from serious human rights abuses, so they can’t launder their blood money through British banks, properties […]

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