My argument has always been that, although I think there is real merit in a high speed rail network in the UK, high speed railway lines would achieve their objectives with much less damage if they follow existing transport corridors, running alongside roads or railway lines which have already bee
Kenilworth had been without a railway station for 50 years before the new station opened on 30th April last year. MPs for Kenilworth have tried to get the station re-opened for almost all of that time.
As you know, I have consistently voted to leave the EU with a deal in preference to leaving with no deal or to refusing to leave at all in clear contravention not just of the 2016 Referendum result but also of the promises I and most politicians made to enact that result.
Our MP Jeremy Wright has been hosting a series of the public "drop-in sessions" around the constituency for people to come and question him about pensions, the NHS, Brexit, taxation, the economy or anything else they wish to discuss.
In this longer than expected Parliamentary recess, I want to give my constituents more opportunities to discuss the unusual state of national politics, as well as any local or individual issues you want to raise with me.
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