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Statement: 12 December General Election

I very much welcome a December election. On the doorsteps in both Canterbury and Whitstable people are desperate to get Brexit done and move on with their lives.

Letter- Wincheap Park and Ride Expansion

Dear Sirs,

Canterbury City Council has a difficult choice ahead of it, as it looks to take a final decision in regards to expanding the Park and Ride scheme in Wincheap onto Hambrook Marshes.

Tories for Climate Action in Canterbury

More than 40 young Tories, including many students from the University of Kent, filled the room at Chapter Pizza restaurant in Canterbury last Friday, 18th October, to discuss the environment.

Reaction to new Brexit deal

The Prime Minster has announced the great news today that the UK has agreed a new Brexit deal with the European Union.

This deal is one that so many people said Boris Johnson would never be able to achieve but he has done it and I think it is a good deal.

Anna campaigns for access all areas with Guide Dogs

I teamed up with Laura Drew from Chestfield and her guide dog, Jimmy, to support the Guide Dogs Access all Areas campaign and raise awareness of the access rights of all assistance dog owners in Canterbury high street.

Priti Patel is right, assaults on our emergency services need reform

LBC and Priti Patel MP are absolutely right to hi-light that the law relating to assaults on police officers and other emergency workers needs reform. Police officers and emergency workers protect us and keep us safe, whether on our streets, in our fire engines, in our ambulances or Hospitals.

Tacking antisocial behaviour

In the short time since my selection as Parliamentary Candidate I have learned that the number one issue for local residents is how to deal with antisocial behaviour.

I met up with Kent Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Scott to discuss ways we can tackle these issues together.

Transport Minister, George Freeman visits Canterbury

It was fantastic to welcome George Freeman MP on his first visit as Minister for Transport to Canterbury. I explained to him that we need more trains and an eastern A28 by-pass to alleviate congestion & air pollution in Canterbury itself .

Stopping illegal encampments

I'm delighted to be supporting Cllr Ashley Clark's great campaign to stop over 80 unlawful encampments in Canterbury, by taking out a preventative High Court injuction - the only Council in Kent to do so!