Having concluded a previous article by saying that the Heathrow Airport proposal would be the theme for a follow-up, I was pleased to be called by Mr Speaker to take part in the debate in the Commons on 27 June. With a major infrastructure proposal of this magnitude, there needs to be a balance
In July, our National Health Service will be 70 years old and there will be many people who are celebrating its anniversary. Like the Education Act of 1944, the National Health Service Act of 1946 was something which was going to affect every individual.
Summer term and exams go together, so best wishes to all the senior school pupils involved in A levels and GCSE exams – and to their support teams at home and at school who have helped them with their studies and revision.
When the Commonwealth heads of government met in London recently, one of the themes running through all the meetings was the efforts which must be made to deal with what the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs described as “the global scourge of plastic”. Whilst many of the smal
This is a rather different article from the one I first set out to write this week. The House of Commons has reassembled after the use of military force by the UK, France and the USA, following the chemical attack on people in Douma, in Syria.
This article is being written as the UK is in the grip of the worst winter weather for many years. There was initial concern that the weather forecasters might have got it wrong, but the system of issuing weather alerts seems to have worked well on this occasion.