After much contemplation, I have decided to leave Theresa May's Government. I'm grateful to the Prime Minister for giving me the opportunity to serve the UK and I will continue to represent my constituents as the Member of Parliament for Daventry.
I am aware that many constituents and other residents across the midlands have concerns over the Oxford to Cambridge Arc. I have been in contact with the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government about this issue.
I am supporting National Apprenticeship Week 2019 (NAW2019), highlighting the benefits of apprenticeships to employers, individuals, local communities and the wider economy in a week-long celebration of apprenticeships.
The Government is committed to delivering a fairer deal for passengers, and so from January 2019, 4.5 million young people can travel by train for less following the successful launch of the new 26 to 30 rail card.
As you will know, this November marks 100 years since the end of the First World War. During WWI, 186,475 railway workers served under arms and nearly 19,000 made the ultimate sacrifice by losing their lives during the conflict.
Rural businesses across Britain are set to receive an overall economic boost of approximately £141m per annum from 4G connectivity, according to new economic research commissioned by O2 and conducted by Development Economics.