More skilled apprenticeships for Bury St Edmunds and Suffolk

When I write to my constituents turning eighteen years of age, I always present to them the choice to exercise their right to vote. It is always a choice, but it is the responsibility of voting which I feel is important to communicate.

Help us as we #GiveUpPlasticForLent

If ‘Brexit’ was the buzzword of 2017, then ‘plastic’ is certainly an early contender for 2018!

Sweeping the nation is a renewed social and political commitment to reduce our plastic dependency.

Good roads, good homes and good digital 'highways'

It is safe to say that 2017 followed on from 2016 in being an interesting and busy time in national and global politics. In the space of the last three years, the UK has had more political activity than we could have expected in a decade.

New Year and my reflections

With Christmas over and the decorations packed away for another year, it is good to take a moment to reflect on the past twelve months, as well as to look forward with hope and optimism to what 2018 holds in store.