Sterling and Sensibility

10 pound note

As Economic Secretary, it was great to stop by the Bank of England this week to take a look at the new £10 note. The new note will be cleaner, safer, and stronger for the British public. Also, it is fantastic to see iconic British women, such as Jane Austen, being celebrated for their tremendous …

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‘Read to Succeed’ Campaign close to reaching target

20170619 Read to Succeed Update

Following the enormous success of Read to Succeed last year, which delivered over 1,500 new books to children throughout North East Cambridgeshire and oversaw a 16% increase in children taking part in The Summer Reading Challenge at their local library, I am pleased to announce that we are now very close to reaching this year’s …

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Appointment as Economic Secretary to HM Treasury

HM Treasury City Minister appointment

I am delighted to be appointed as Economic Secretary to HM Treasury. Financial services employs 1 million people in the UK and accounts for over £71 billion in tax to fund public services. It is crucial to jobs, businesses and our country’s prosperity. I look forward to speaking up for the sector in Parliament and …

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Funding for ACES not to be reduced

CCG response 24.3.17-page-001

A number of constituents recently contacted me regarding fears that the Anglia Community Eye Service (ACES), Wisbech is to receive a reduction of funding. I would therefore like to share with constituents a reassuring letter I have recently received from Tracy Dowling, Chief Officer of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical commissioning group, confirming that there will …

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Bright future for March boxer

Steve Barclay MP and Regan Lazenby 2

I recently visited March ABC Boxing club to meet 17 year old Regan Lazenby and wish him luck for his selection trial in Birmingham for the England team. After a quick spar with the middleweight boxer Regan informed me of his long term goal to represent England at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and I look …

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National Audit Office verify whistleblower evidence revealing LEP Chief Executive accused Cambridgeshire County Council and Cambridge City Council of lying to his board

Whistleblower evidence shared with me and verified by the National Audit Office (NAO) shows that the boss of a local multi-million pound funding body accused Cambridgeshire County Council and Cambridge City Council of lying to the LEP Board. Neil Darwin, Chief Executive of Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), made the remarkable claim …

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