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Protecting our Bees

Recently, it was Bees Needs Week!   This is an annual event, in which the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs works alongside charities, conservation groups, academics and businesses to support our bee population.

Microchipping horses and pets

The glorious early summer weather was enjoyed by most of us, yet, mixed with the enjoyment, there must have been some concerns by responsible horse owners, because the meadows and paddocks need some rain to renew the grazing. The Buckinghamshire fields have been quite bleached by the sun.

UK exports at record high

This has been described as a “febrile” time in politics but away from the headlines there is a lot of information for Parliamentarians to consider and to keep a cool head as the Brexit negotiations go forward.

Democracy: A work in progress

Democracy is always a work in progress.  It is something which is a living entity and needs careful nurturing. To live in a democracy is a huge privilege, for which people in the past have given up their lives.

Driverless vehicles

Dame Cheryl Gillan MP sees the future of transport – and it’s driverless

Press release

CHESHAM & AMERSHAM’S MP TACKLES WORK & PENSIONS SECRETARY ON BEHALF OF CHESHAM CITIZEN’S ADVICE BUREAU

Westminster Letter

At Chesham Carnival, I was reminded once again that we are a diverse and inclusive nation. It is well said that there is more uniting us than keeping us apart.

Heathrow Airport expansion

Many of my constituents in Chesham & Amersham work at Heathrow Airport, so the announcement of its proposed expansion will be good news for a lot of people.