Supreme Court Ruling on Article 50

As you will have seen Theresa May has lost her case in the Supreme Court. The Judges decided by a majority of 8 to three that the government cannot trigger Article 50 without an Act of Parliament. I believe it is the right thing that Parliament should have the ultimate say on when to trigger Article 50, therefore I am pleased with the Supreme Court's ruling. Continue reading

Listening Tour

As many of your will know, I am undertaking a tour of England to hear the views and concerns of voters Continue reading

Ernehale Juniors - new classroom

Last Friday I was delighted to attend the official opening of Ernehale Junior School's new classroom. Continue reading

The Greyhound refurbished

Last Friday, I was delighted to join the regulars at The Greyhound Inn in Arnold Continue reading

USDAW Respect campaign

  I am proud to support Usdaw's campaign to protect shopworkers from violence, threats and abuse Continue reading

Nottingham in Parliament Day

Yesterday was Nottingham in Parliament Day,  Continue reading

British Steel Jobs Being Lost

While steel production in the UK is being lost, the contract for steel for the replacement Trident submarines has been awarded to the French Continue reading

WASPI petition

Yesterday, I presented a number of WASPI petitions to parliament Continue reading

25th anniversary of colliery closure

In November, there will be a commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the closure of Gedling Colliery. Continue reading

Aviva Community Fund

Aviva Community Fund applications must be submitted by 11th October.  Take a look and see if your group could apply: http://www.aviva.co.uk/good-thinking/community-fund/