I am sure almost everyone at some stage has heard the Prime Minister talking about ‘levelling up’, rebalancing the life chances across our country. At first glance this might mean improving things, such as our public services, our town centres and our transport networks. Since heading back to W
Members of Parliament today debated the future of bus services and public transport in North Staffordshire. The Debate, held in Westminster Hall, was secured by Jack Brereton, Member of Parliament for Stoke-on-Trent South.
I try to avoid too much mention of Brexit in my column here. People are sick and tired of delay, and no amount of newsprint will change that. I believe most people whether they voted leave or remain just want us to get on with it and respect the democratic result.
In common with MPs from across the country, I was last week called back to Westminster by virtue of the decision of the Supreme Court. Whatever your view of that decision, it’s worth saying that the sitting has called lots of MPs back from important constituency business and I am sorry to those
There has been a lot of discussion in the media over the past week about what we MPs actually do in Parliament. I am going to tell you about something which you definitely will not have seen on the rolling news coverage, but is something of which we Stokies should be incredibly proud.
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