Visit to Irthlingborough Junior School:

I had a great time visiting Irthlingborough Junior School, where I was given a tour of the school and visited each class, as well as meeting pupils on the school council and with senior staff members to discuss the running of the school, and the wider issue of school places in Corby & East No

Firefighters’ Memorial Day

The 4th May 2019 is Firefighters’ Memorial Day and I recently wrote to the Chief Fire Officer at Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service, thanking our local firefighters for everything they do on behalf of our community in Corby & East Northamptonshire.

Brexit ‘no-deal’ contingency planning:

During an Urgent Question about ‘no-deal’ Brexit contingency preparations for cross-channel ferry and freight services, I stated my frustration at those in the House that I would argue wrongly maintain that a no-deal Brexit would be catastrophic, but then oppose every single step taken to try to

National Security Council leak:

In respect of the recent National Security Council leak, I asked the Minister for the Cabinet Office, what would be the consequences, should any evidence or confirmations disproving these allegations come to light, given the former Secretary of State for Defence has been relieved of his duties, a

National Association of Retired Police Officers (NARPO) drop-in:

In addition to my recent meeting with the Police Federation, I also attended a drop-in held by the National Association of Retired Police Officers (NARPO). NARPO represents nearly 90,000 former police officers of all ranks, together with their widows, widowers and former partners.

My question about the statement on British steel:

UK industry, such as steelmaking, is subject to various EU environmental regulations as an EU member state and British Steel has had to seek emergency support from the Government, having been frozen out of the latest version of the EU's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS).