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Mike hosts another 'Meet The Street' evening in Parliament

 On 15th May, Mike held another of his regular 'Meet the Street' evenings in Parliament. The purpose of these events is to allow constituents the opportunity of engaging with their local Member of Parliament and to experience a tour of some of the highlights of the Palace of Westminster.

Mike attends meeting with Israeli Ambassador

In his role as a Government Whip, in particular Foreign Office Whip, Mike Freer MP had the opportunity to attend a meeting between Foreign Office Minister of State, The Rt Hon Mark Field MP, and Ambassador of Israel to the United Kingdom, His Excellency Mark Regev.

Brexit Update - Indicative Votes 2 - 1st April

Over the past few days hundreds of constituents have contacted me about the latest series of what are known as ‘indicative votes’. I see every email and all contact is welcomed, even if we may disagree on some issues.

Library Surgery - 28/03

Unfortunately, due to parliamentary business and unforeseen commitments in parliament, it is possible that I may not be able to attend my library surgery this evening (28th March). I will do all I can to attend, but at this time I cannot commit to this.

Brexit Update

Recent days and weeks have seen Brexit explode in Parliament, as well as in the national consciousness. It has been a fast-moving situation, with new developments each and every day.

Government response following the Christchurch attack

Following the appalling act of terrorism in Christchurch, New Zealand on 15 March, the Government has today announced a boost to funding for next year’s Places of Worship Protective Security Fund. It is set to be doubled to £1.6 million.

College Farm listed as an Asset of Community Value

There has been a lot of concern about College Farm in recent months. In January, an application was made to Barnet Council to list the farm as an Asset of Community Value. This was accompanied by a petition that attracted 3,276 signatories.