Like many of you, I have felt a mixture of surprise, disappointment, anger and frustration in recent days. I am in unfamiliar territory and trying to react as well as I can, as I have been since I was elected and since this crisis hit us all.
I had a great time answering questions from you on Facebook Live yesterday. Despite a few technical difficulties at the beginning, it was great to be able to provide some useful responses to so many questions. Watch the full video here.
This crisis is certainly making us make changes to the way we live and work. Some of them have been surprisingly effective and forced Members of Parliament like me to think of new ways to make ourselves available to constituents. Just over a week ago I tried out my first ever Facebook Live ques
As we enter the fourth week of lockdown, I hope, like me, you are continuing to adjust to this new way of life, our new normal. What a strange and hugely difficult moment in time we are living through.
As a result of Covid-19 we are all experiencing huge changes to how we socialise, our routine and in principle our mental fitness. As a result, many people have contacted my office concerned about what effect the restrictions will have on themselves and their loved ones.
I would like to say a very big ‘thank you’ to everyone for following the instructions on social distancing given by the Government. Every decision being taken is based on expert advice and is designed to protect the NHS and keep us all safe and well.
In these extraordinary times, there is no doubt that the most important thing I can say is ‘thank you’. Thank you to everyone for following the instructions from the Government. Every decision being taken by them is based on expert advice and is designed to protect the NHS and keep us all safe
Aside from the many meetings and constituency issues that I deal with every day, speaking in the House of Commons Chamber is a hugely important part of the job. So being able to make my maiden speech was a special moment for me and a particular pleasure given it was on the centenary of the very
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