At the heart of Southampton


I am proud to have been elected as the Member of Parliament for the Southampton Itchen Constituency.

As someone who has lived here all of my life, I know and understand the area intimately and will fight for the issues that matter most to you; your concerns are my concerns. I want to make Southampton and its residents safer, more prosperous and to make our city one of which we can all be proud.

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British prosperity rests on maritime trade

The UK is a maritime nation. It is a fact that we must not forget as we forge a strategy to increase manufacturing, exports, and international trade, and to secure our long term prosperity in a post-Brexit world. Some 95 per cent of the nation’s trade in goods move by sea, and our ports are […]
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Royston supports Reserves Day

Thank you to all those who serve. Reservists play a vital role in our nation’s defence and it is only right we honour the hard work they put in. As a reservist employer I also know the benefits that the training reservists receive can bring to the workplace. If you are interested in getting involved […]
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Royston meets with Hampshire Fire and Rescue

It was a privilege to welcome two excellent Hampshire Firefighters to Parliament today. Julie Jacobs is an inspiration to people who have an ambition to become a firefighter. It has been my pleasure to know and work with Julie over many years during my time at Hampshire Fire and Rescue and to finally see her […]
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Sholing Technology College Update

Yesterday afternoon I met with the Head Teacher of The Sholing Technology College Martin Brown, and the Deputy Head Teacher Suzanne Ashley. We discussed the Ofsted report in detail and the actions being taken by the school to take them out of special measures. Martin Brown made it clear that he is completely open with […]
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Statement on Sholing Technology College

Many of you will know of the situation at The Sholing Technology College with their recent unsatisfactory Ofsted Report. I have arranged a meeting with the Head Teacher for tomorrow at 3.30 and will be seeking assurances on behalf of parents that the safety and education of the pupils is of the highest priority. The […]
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The Royston Diary


Royston takes part in Westminster Hall Debate on the EU

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Royston helps out in the Witney by-election

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Thornhill Primary School Visit Westminster

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Royston meets with Arthritis Research UK

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Itchen College visit Parliament

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