Your services, your say

Since first being elected in 2015, local health issues and services have been a priority for me.

What Brexit means for the Conservatives

We are, rightly, asking what Brexit means for not just our country, but our party. It is not unfathomable that other parties are asking of themselves the same reflective questions.

Broadband in Fareham

Broadband in the UK has been evolving at a rapid pace. As recently as 2004 only 50% of UK households had internet connection. Even in 2010, only 45% of households had access to superfast services in the UK.

Brexit is a golden opportunity for women

Last week we marked International Women’s Day – a day to celebrate our contribution to social, economic, cultural and political achievements.

I’m Proud Of This Government’s Action On Domestic Abuse

Raped, beaten and destitute, Sarah (names changed) had nowhere else to go. Aged 28, and with her young son, she faced no other option than to leave the place she used to call home. Tom, her partner had become increasingly violent over the last year, stripping her of her self-esteem.

My thoughts on the Article 50 Debate

In June 2016 the country sent a clear message by voting to leave the European Union.  Since that time there has been much debate over the vote. I understand that some would prefer we remain part of the EU – but we must deliver on the British people’s decision to leave.