News

Busy Start to the New Year

As an MP one part of the role I greatly enjoy is visiting our local schools and talking to our excellent young people about their school work and answering their (sometimes very difficult!) questions.

Positive News for a Local Charity

I was privileged on Saturday to attend a presentation in the Barn, Horsham Park to “Sussex Ehlers-Danilo’s Syndrome” (SEDS) by Sussex Police.

Crawley Down in Our Thoughts

Parliament resumed sitting on Tuesday this week with the EU Withdrawal Bill progressing through its Commons stages.

All MPs - including many new faces - are getting down to work for their constituencies across the whole of the U.K.  These, naturally, vary enormously.  

Improving Leadership for Children’s Services

I hope all readers of the County Times are enjoying a very peaceful and relaxing Christmas. There are of course many for whom Christmas is not only a time at which work continues much as normal but that if anything the pressures are greater.

Weekly Article from Jeremy Quin

“Well at least I can start watching the news again” was the reaction of one constituent in Carfax on Saturday!  After 5 long weeks of campaigning, and the many weeks of political infighting that preceded it we can, I hope, look forward not only to Christmas but to a period of settled Government. 

Winter Gritting - Decision Reversed

Further to my statement of 4th December and representations made to the new leadership of the County Council I am delighted that a spokesperson for WSCC has announced that it has decided to reverse the decision on gritting. 

Winter Gritting

Since the publication of the West Sussex County Council’s Winter Plans for gritting I have been approached by a number of residents expressing specific concerns about individual routes.