Speech to the Reigate and Banstead Conservative Association AGM – 23 February 2018

This time last year we were about to give formal notice of leaving the EU, had over 3 years to go until the next General Election, a just workable majority to manage the Brexit negations, and your Member of Parliament was enjoying the chairmanship of the Foreign Affairs Committee to supplement his constituency duties

Parliamentary Group for London's Green Belt launches its manifesto

The recently formed All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for London’s Green Belt convened for the second time in Parliament today. This meeting coincided with the publication of its first paper entitled An Introduction to the All-Party Group for London’s Green Belt.


Whilst there are many factors affecting reliability, frequency, and journey-times on our local railway system, including unsatisfactory performance by the rail operator, industrial action, unreliable rolling-stock, and inadequate timetabling of services, by far the most important factor is track and station infrastructure.

Former Prisons Minister welcomes Justice Secretary's decision

Crispin Blunt MP, former Minister for Prisons, Probation, Youth and Criminal justice (2010-12), has welcomed the decision by the Secretary of State for Justice, David Gauke MP, not to proceed with a Judicial Review of the Parole Board’s decision to release John Worboys.