Jeremy Quin Hosts Public Meeting in Warnham on Airport Noise

On the evening of Friday 27th November 2015 Jeremy Quin MP for Horsham hosted a very well attended public meeting in Warnham for local residents to express their concerns and experiences to the Independent Commission for Airport Noise during the consultation ahead of their report on noise generat

Supporting Hardworking Families

As the County Times goes to press the Chancellor will be setting out his future spending targets.  We already know some aspects – a significant increase in health spending and in spending on our defence, reflecting the worrying global environment.  However the overall task of “balancing the books” will not be easy.

Jeremy Quin Attends the Gatwick Area Conservation Campaign AGM

Last week I attended the Gatwick Area Conservation Campaign AGM. “GACC”  seeks to improve the environment around the Airport and has provided considerable support to those of us in Parliament campaigning against runway expansion at Gatwick.

Rememberance Sunday and The Living Wage

As the crowds on Sunday showed, Remembrance continues to be important for Horsham and unites generations.  My grandfather’s generation feared that the loss of so many known to them would be forgotten as memories fade.  Nothing could be further from the truth.

Jeremy Quin Visits the West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service

The risk of fire rightly scares us.  Although only 11 per cent of domestic fires break out in the early hours of the morning it's that fear that makes us feel vulnerable.  Of course there is more we can all do.  In sixty percent of cases where fires caused fatalities either there were no smoke al

Tax Credits & Childcare

This week the House of Lords ignored 300 years of accepting that elected MPs decide financial matters and stopped the Government's reform of tax credits.  

Three Bridges Rail Upgrade

The Three Bridges Rail Rail Depot was formally opened by the Secretary of State for Transport, Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin MP on Thursday, 15th October.

An Eductation Revolution

There is a revolution going on in our schools: “STEM” – Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths is taking its rightful place.  STEM subjects are vital to our future – the UK has only 1% of the world’s population but we produce 10% of all top scientific research.  We like to say we are no use at engineering “any more” – in fact we generate £800bn from engineering every year - and its growing fast. 

Jeremy Quin visits Horsham Citizens' Advice

As a new MP before you even get near the chamber or a select committee you receive your first few bags of constituents’ letters and the emails start coming in long before you have access to a computer!