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School Visit

Talking to school pupils and answering their questions about Brexit and other issues this morning.

Carers Week 2019

This week is Carers Week and this year there is a special emphasis on getting carers better connected with each other. Everyone has a part to play in connecting carers and helping them to get the support they need.

Brexit Update June 2019

As you will know, Theresa May resigned as leader of the Conservative Party on 7 June but she will remain as Prime Minister until the end of the leadership election. The new Conservative Party leader will be chosen by the Conservative Party.

Warwick Scholars

Great to see that the University of Warwick have announced a new £10 million social mobility programme - Warwick Scholars.

The Worthies 2019

Congratulations to all the winners and nominees at ‘The Worthies’ 2019 awards ceremony. Special thanks to the Kenilworth Chamber of Trade for arranging another exceptional event.

Event winners:

The Worthies Young Persons Award in Memory of Milan Patel

Harrison Walker

Visit to Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) HQ

I recently visited the new National Training Centre and Headquarters of the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA). The impressive centre is located at Lowlands Farm in Shrewley, which falls within my constituency, and we are fortunate to have the charity rooted so firmly in this area.

Prime Minister's Announcement

I am sorry that Theresa May's premiership will end in this way. It has been a privilege to serve in the Cabinet of a Prime Minister who has given everything to deliver on the outcome of the referendum, which politicians of many parties promised to enact.

New Timetable at Kenilworth Station

Delighted to see an expanded train service for Kenilworth with the introduction of two coach trains from the start of the summer timetable.

Dementia Action Week 2019

This week is Dementia Action Week. This year, I’m joining others to encourage everyone to start a conversation with someone living with dementia they know. Whether it’s calling a relative with dementia or visiting a neighbour, it’s time to start talking.