My Work in Parliament

When in Parliament, my time will be spent in a variety of ways. These include: meeting with organisations or groups at the request of constituents, attending receptions or briefings, debating in the House of Commons or Westminster Hall, asking oral questions of Ministers, meeting with Ministers on behalf of constituents, entertaining constituents who are visiting and taking part in select committee meetings. Below you can read about some of the things I’ve been doing whilst in Westminster.

Liz Truss to be the Next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Congratulations to Liz Truss on becoming Leader of the Conservative Party and the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. We face tough challenges ahead- both abroad and at home. I am confident that the incoming Prime Minister will tackle these issues and offer long-term solutions for communities across the UK.

Supporting The Great Get Together

Inspired by the late Jo Cox MP, The Great Get Together aims to bring people together to celebrate the things we all have in common. The annual celebration helps bridge divides whilst showing the collective power we have as a community.

Question to the Secretary of State for Justice

I have written to the Secretary of State for Justice, Dominic Raab, to ask if he will ensure freedom of speech is strengthened in the proposed British Bill of Rights. I am pleased the Secretary of State has assured me that the British Bill of Rights will strengthen protections that support and preserve the space for democratic debate.

Delivering our Promises on Climate Action

Today marks six months since the conclusion of the COP26 Conference in Glasgow. Since then, the UK Government has taken ground-breaking action to deliver on the promises made at COP26 and deliver on our commitment to global climate action.