Brexit Briefing

Yesterday, after a momentous week in politics, I appeared on Iain Dale’s Brexit Briefing alongside Jeremy Browne (former Lib Dem Minister, now the City’s Special Representative to the EU) to recap the week’s news. You can listen here.

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Brexit: The Road Ahead

I’ve written a column for The Daily Telegraph today arguing that we should start Brexit negotiations with economic self-confidence and political ambition, and must stay resolutely focused on securing a ‘win-win’ deal, which is good for every corner of the UK, and our European friends. You can access the article here.

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Parliamentary Debate on the Impact of Heathrow Airport in Elmbridge

Yesterday, I secured a Westminster Hall Debate to raise the local impact in Elmbridge of the proposed expansion of Heathrow with Transport Minister Andrew Jones. I used this opportunity to raise the concerns of constituents, particularly those in Moseley and Walton-on-Thames who are especially concerned about the current operations and the implications of a third […]

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Building Support for Brexit

Today, I’ve written a column for The Daily Telegraph looking ahead to next week when the Prime Minister, Theresa May, will officially trigger Article 50 – on 29 March. In my view, while taking a resolute approach, we also need to listen to reasonable critics, as part of the process of galvanising broader support – […]

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Visiting Local Schools in Elmbridge

Today, I visited three local schools in Elmbridge – ACS Cobham International, Hinchley Wood Secondary School and Rowan Preparatory School in Claygate. As well as catching up with the schools’ plans for the future, it is a great chance to engage with local youngsters. At Hinchley Wood School, I spoke to a group of Year […]

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Molesey & District Antiques Society

Yesterday, I addressed the Molesey & District Antiques Society after their tour of Parliament. The Society organise social events throughout the year, as well as visits to interesting venues across the country. I spoke to the group about the three key roles of a MP – helping people with individual problems, championing the interests of […]

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Friends of Hurst Park

On Friday, I visited Friends of Hurst Park, a local group of people who are campaigning to protect and preserve the Hurst Park Meadow area. I had a good chat with the group about their aim to guarantee green space status for Hurst Park. They are concerned about the potential risk of future developments on Hurst […]

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Visiting Kia Motors

Today, I dropped by Kia Motors’ UK headquarters in Walton, to catch up with Paul Philpott (President and CEO of Kia Motors UK), and Steve Kitson (Corporate Communications Director). It was great to catch up and hear the firms’ news, including its impressive year in commercial terms and Kia’s expanding range of models available across […]

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