My Plan for Sutton, Cheam & Worcester Park
1. Protect and enhance valued local health services
2. Secure more great school places for all children in Sutton
3. Make high street parking easier so local shops thrive
4. Improve transport links to give commuters a better quality of life
5. Take HGVs off residential roads surrounding Kimpton Park
6. A new GP surgery on the Sutton Hospital site
I have lived in Sutton for 28 years, building a small business and raising a family. Both my children were born in St Helier Hospital and educated in Sutton schools. I understand the local issues that concern you because I shop in the same shops and drive on the same roads.
A regular volunteer at St Helier Hospital, a school governor, a governor at SCOLA and a former Councillor in Sutton, I have a record of standing up for local people.
Thank you to all those who supported my election campaign. I am determined to provide the people of Sutton with a strong voice in Westminster.
We need to remain focused, making sure our support has the best effect on as many lives as possible. or every child taken in from one country, another stays behind elsewhere. The UK will continue to play its important role in supporting people fleeing from conflict, each and everyone a human being with a tragic story.
Londoners are looking to get energy savvy and help keep their bills down, according to new figures revealed by British Gas.
I joined fellow MPs in signing a letter to Chancellor Philip Hammond saying there are better ways of tackling air pollution that do not punish drivers.
Maggie’s is looking for residents views on their planned new centre at the Royal Marsden and are having a public consultation for people to find out more and share their views.
Yesterday I had the pleasure of visiting the Crossrail site at Bond Street alongside another London MP and the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP.
The Sutton Job Centre is being moved to Wallington as the lease is coming to an end on their current site.
I welcome the clarity that we have following the decision in the Supreme Court 8-3 in favour of Parliament having to approve the invoking of Article 50.
Today the Justice Minister was responding to an urgent question in the House of Commons regarding the government’s emergency review into domestic abuse in family courts.
I am delighted that, following the hard work by Women’s Aid’s Child First campaign, Justice Secretary Liz Truss has called for an emergency review to examine domestic abuse in the Family Court system.
As part of the Metropolitan Police’s #walkthemet campaign, I recently joined Constable Steven Higgins on the beat in Worcester Park.
I had the pleasure of visiting the former Grace Court site on Brighton Road, now Dillon Court, which is currently being redeveloped to bring it up to standards.
I have profound sympathies for all commuters during these strikes. Today has been chaos.