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Investing in our local transport links

Good local transport services benefit residents, businesses and the environment.

Thousands of you rely on the smooth running of our trains, buses and trams on a daily basis. Transport is not only an essential service, it is key to our local and national economy.

Supporting Small Businesses

While we have achieved much together, I am ambitious for our area and want to make it an even better place to live, with more investment in the NHS, police and schools. This can only be delivered with a strong economy.

I'm fighting for our NHS

Since I was elected in 2005, one of my top priorities has been to fight for improvements to our health services. We are all proud of our NHS and admire the fantastic work its staff do every single day.

The 2019 General Election

A General Election has been called for Thursday 12 December and I can confirm I shall be seeking re-election as the Conservative candidate.  It has been a privilege to serve as the Member of Parliament for Wimbledon for the past 14 years and my top priority throughout has been to fight for our ar

The Withdrawal Agreement

Update - Tuesday 22nd October

This evening I voted for the second reading of the Withdrawal Bill and for the programme motion. I did this to fulfil my promise to stop No Deal, to see if this deal has support in the House of Commons and to allow amendments to be debated.  

Heathrow Airport Expansion

The 2019 consultation into Heathrow Airport expansion has now closed. 

Thank you to everyone who came to my public meeting and made submissions to the consultation. 

Domestic Abuse Bill

I listened to Theresa May's powerful speech to the House of Commons on the Domestic Abuse Bill today.

This shows why it is right for Parliament to be sitting.

Political Discourse

Over the last few years I have been alarmed by the state of discourse and inflammatory language being used in British politics.

Supreme Court Ruling

When the Prime Minister announced his intention to prorogue Parliament, I said it was wrong and undemocratic. Parliament must be able to hold the Government to account at a time of national crisis.

The Supreme Court has today ruled that prorogation was unlawful, for these reasons.