Weekly Update – 10/02/20 - 14/02/2020

Last week ended with some fascinating constituency meetings and events. I met with Inspector Andy Tester of the Hampshire Constabulary to discuss the issues some Meon Valley residents are having with speeding and noisy motorbikes.

Weekly Roundup 3rd-7th 2020

Last week we left the EU and, as I spoke about in my last update, that means we can start to focus on other issues. This week began very much in that spirit, with the second reading of the Agriculture Bill. This is an exciting Bill that will have huge ramifications for Britain’s farmers.

Flick visits Barratt Homes in Waterlooville

Meon Valley MP Flick Drummond has met with house builder Barratt Homes in Waterlooville to tour newly completed social housing and discuss the construction industry.

Domo-Tactical Communications (DTC) welcomes Flick Drummond MP

Meon Valley MP Flick Drummond has visited Whiteley-based Domo Tactical Communications (DTC) to tour the facilities and meet some of its 86 employees.

DTC is a world-class engineering company at the cutting edge of video surveillance, broadcast and secure wireless communications.

Weekly Roundup 27th-31st January 2020

So here we are at ‘Brexit day’! It seems a little surreal that it has arrived after the past three and a half years of political wrangling. Though I supported Remain at the referendum, I am glad that the democratic outcome has finally been honoured.

Flick is supporting Cancer nurses

Flick recently attended a Parliamentary reception hosted by Macmillan Cancer Support to discuss their Save Our Support initiative, a campaign to ensure that the country has a fully funded and sustainable cancer workforce in order to support the millions of people living with cancer across the UK.

Unaccompanied asylum seeking children: The Facts

There have been a number of misleading reports of the past couple of weeks, claiming that the Government is going to stop helping vulnerable refugees, particularly unaccompanied children.

Weekly Roundup 20th-24th January 2020

Well, it has certainly been a busy and exciting couple of weeks! I am thrilled to be back in Parliament, doing what I love and representing the people of Meon Valley. Each week I will be posting an update here on my website, so people can read about what has been happening in Westminster.