This week the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, presented the annual budget to the House of Commons which included plans for much needed investment in quality housing, new technologies and transport infrastructure for our region.
Dame Caroline Spelman has welcomed a court verdict in the case of the controversial breast surgeon, Ian Paterson, who has today [28th April] been found guilty of carrying out unnecessary procedures on patients.
In the last few hours, the Supreme Court gave notice of its ruling to uphold the High Court’s decision in favour of the claimant on the issue of whether Parliament should vote on triggering Article 50. The vote was carried 8-3.
This week marks alcohol awareness week and Solihull Council has offered reassurances to everyone visiting the bars and clubs Solihull Town Centre that local organisations; including the emergency services, are working behind the scenes to ensure that everyone can ‘have fun and stay safe’.
Since I was first elected to Parliament the subject of how Parliament engages with the British People has been a ‘hot-topic’, with MPs, Peers and stakeholders frequently challenging the accessibility of our system of Parliamentary democracy to ensure that it can be accessed by everyone in our soc