Brexit Update

I have always said, despite campaigning and voting to remain in the European Union, that the referendum result should be respected. Our democracy is precious, and to ignore the referendum because we don’t like it would do serious damage to that democracy.

The Queens Speech 2019

Monday brought about the first Queen’s Speech in over two years, ending the longest parliament session in nearly 400 years. The State Opening of Parliament allows for the Government to set out the programme of legislation that it intends to pursue in the forthcoming parliamentary session. 

Electric Vehicle Charging Points in Barnet

I am pleased that Barnet Council has rolled out its lamppost electric vehicle charging points, meaning that the charging of electric vehicles is accessible to everyone.

Out and About

It is often said that while parliament is not sitting MPs are ‘off’. This is certainly not the case for myself and many of my colleagues, as there is still much to be done around the constituency.

Road Safety Event

This is a fantastic free event from the London Fire Brigade, aimed at giving older drivers practical and informative help to stay on the road safely.


Ravenscroft Protest

From the start I have objected to the ludicrous proposal to move this busy and popular GP practice into Finchley Memorial Hospital. I have campaigned against it, and met with the Barnet CCG and spoken to Ministers in the Department of Health regarding these proposals. 

School Funding Boost

It has been announced that the Government is boosting funding for schools with a record £14 billion, increasing funding across the country so that every child can receive a world class education. 

Brexit Statement - 03/09/19

I campaigned and voted to remain in the European Union, but I have respected the referendum result and voted for the deal every time it has been brought to Parliament.