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The Queen’s Speech. 21st June

Today’s Queen's Speech was dominated by legislation to deliver Brexit over the next two years. In a low-key event, Her Majesty announced 27 new bills, including 8 which relate to Brexit covering trade, immigration, fisheries, nuclear safety, agriculture and sanctions.

The Great Get Together

Residents of Husthwaite enjoyed a sunny afternoon celebrating their community at a “Great Get Together” held in the village on Sunday. Kevin Hollinrake MP joined neighbours and friends during the afternoon festivities.

Tragedy at Grenfell Tower

This terrible tragedy has traumatised the entire nation. Our thoughts are with all those directly affected and our thanks must go once again to our superb emergency services.

Election 2017 - a wake-up call

I am delighted and honoured to have been re-elected to represent the Thirsk and Malton constituency for another 5 years and would like to thank all those who voted for me and to those who gave up their time to help me achieve this result and for all those who manned the polling stations, the Retu

Proposed New Planning Rules for Shale Gas

I have worked closely with North Yorkshire County Council to develop their Draft Minerals and Waste Plan, which offers significant protection to our precious landscapes and existing local economies.

Farming, Food and the Environment

At this crucial time, it is very important that we clearly set out our support and commitment for food and farming, the environment and for our rural areas and landscapes.

A64 – Announcement expected after June 8th

After a final meeting with Highways England before the General Election, Kevin Hollinrake MP said he is confident that we ‘are now on the same page’ about the need to extend the dual carriageway towards Malton.

Good news for Easingwold School

Outwood Grange Academies Trust (OGAT) has been confirmed as the new sponsor of Easingwold School from September 2017. Welcoming the news, Kevin Hollinrake said “This will come as a relief to everyone concerned, particularly parents of pupils, who had been worried about the impact the uncertainty