Possible Military Intervention in Syria

A number of constituents have contacted me about possible military intervention in Syria. There is no more important vote in Parliament than deciding whether to commit military forces. This is a decision I will take with great care. The House of Commons has already agreed military action in Iraq and given the lack of a …

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Update on the A605 King’s Dyke Crossing

Many residents who use the A605, particularly those who live in and around Whittlesey are impacted by delays at the King’s Dyke rail crossing which the proposed new bridge will address. I thought it might be helpful to give an update on the project. Following the public consultation the design of the scheme has been …

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New £5.5 million teaching centre at the College of West Anglia


On Friday I had the pleasure of opening the new £5.5 million teaching centre at the College of West Anglia, Wisbech. The building includes a mix of new and refurbished areas providing state of the art teaching facilities and a new reception, entrance, and coffee area. This is a major step forward in the transformation …

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March Boxing Club continues to be a big hit

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A year on, and the after school club run by March Amateur Boxing Club at Neale-Wade Academy continues to be roaring success. Back in September 2014, March Boxing Club approached me to discuss how we could better support the club and promote the fitness benefits of boxing training to a wider audience. The result of …

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The outcome of the “Tampon Tax” debate

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I’d like to thank all those who have taken the time to contact me, via email and Twitter, to share their views on the “tampon tax”. I would like to clear up some misinformation about the outcome of last Monday’s vote on the removing of VAT from sanitary products, or the “tampon tax”. Under Labour, …

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Wisbech Cricket and Hockey Club: An Update


Following on from my visit to Wisbech Cricket and Hockey Club to discuss plans for a new clubhouse and changing rooms, last week I met with Hannah Murphy, the national representative for the England Cricket Board (ECB), in the Houses of Parliament. Last Friday afternoon, Jenny Lambert, the ECB representative for the Cambridgeshire area had …

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