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Police numbers surge for Stoke-on-Trent

The Government has today announced that Staffordshire Police will receive an extra 90 police officers as part of its drive to increase police numbers and combat crime nationally.

 

Personally Speaking: Our MPs could learn from our city’s heroes

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

Personally Speaking: We should be proud of our help for Lidice

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.

MP announces High Street Award winners

Jack Brereton, Member of Parliament for Stoke-on-Trent South, has today announced the winners of this year’s High Street Awards, which asked the public to name their favourite small businesses in Fenton, Longton, and Meir.

 

Injunctions welcomed against antisocial behaviour in Meir

Stoke-on-Trent South MP Jack Brereton has welcomed the granting of full civil injunctions against eight youths responsible for a spate of disorder and antisocial behaviour in the Meir area.  The court's award of full injunction follows eight interim injunctions granted earlier this year.

Jack raises Kashmir concerns with Foreign Secretary

Jack has today written to Dominic Raab, the Foreign Secretary, to raise his concerns about recent developments in the Indian-administered part of Kashmir. The text of Jack's letter is as follows:

 

 

Brexit update

Jack's latest update on the UK's withdrawal from the European Union: