In a Westminster Hall debate on TransPennine rail travel and delays I appealed for more joined up thinking and a far more collaborative approach between Network Rail and the operators to resolve some of the long delays and cancellations experienced on the TransPennine Express from Manchester to S
I am very encouraged that the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, who I met today has confirmed that he is looking carefully at detailed proposals to provide a more accessible dispute resolution mechanism for small businesses with an independent Financial Services Tribunal.
At today’s APPG for Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire, of which I am Co-Chair, Treasury Minister, Robert Jenrick, was clear that more work is needed to tackle a generational over-reliance on London and the South East.
I am deeply concerned that passengers using the TransPennine Express to and from Manchester, Leeds, York, Malton, Filey and Scarborough through my constituency are still experiencing serious delays and cancellations.
I believe that the revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) offers significant opportunities to modify current local planning policies to provide new opportunities for first-time buyers to purchase affordable housing and new development opportunities for local small and medium-sized hous
I was delighted to have been invited to meet people using Acorn Community Care in Norton, the staff who look after them and business owners, Chris and Ruth Holliday. They do a fantastic job supporting people with serious learning difficulties.
Following my meeting with the mental health charity, Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale Mind, and the local CCG, I’m delighted that they have agreed to work together to find a sustainable solution to its funding difficulties.
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