The Chancellor’s spending review heralds the end of a tough era of austerity and is welcome news for the constituency. It will mean everyone, young and old, will benefit from the massive investment in their community and local services.
I have been absolutely clear throughout the Brexit process that we should respect the referendum decision but that it is better for businesses and jobs if we agree a deal with the EU. Like most MPs, I do not want a no deal outcome and neither does the Prime Minister.
I am delighted that Scarborough and the Friarage hospital in Northallerton will benefit from a new community services formula and extra money for being unavoidably small hospitals following my campaign with three fellow Yorkshire MPs.
I am delighted that families whose loved ones have disappeared or are missing can now access and control their financial affairs thanks to a new law which I took through Parliament and which comes into force today.
The Prime Minister’s commitment to ”injecting some pace” into Northern Powerhouse rail is great news for the North. I will do everything I can to ensure it remains a priority and promise to work closely with ministers to make sure it is delivered.
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