At the heart of Southampton


I am delighted and proud to have been selected again as the parliamentary candidate for Southampton Itchen.

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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Be honest over library closures

The future of our libraries is an issue that is very close to my heart. I have lived in and around Bitterne Park for much of my life and have followed the proposed closure of Cobbett Road Library both as a resident and that of a representative of local people. As a child I enjoyed […]
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20mph Road Survey

Listening to your views and acting on these is important to me. Please feel free to let me know your views on a 20mph limit for your road.

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Hampshire agree pioneering partnership with Isle of Wight

A ground-breaking partnership with Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service has been agreed by Hampshire’s fire authority. The agreement, which will now see Hampshire providing strategic leadership to the Isle of Wight, was unanimously passed by Hampshire’s authority members this morning (February 20), having previously been endorsed by councillors on the Island.  Both services will continue […]
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Labour’s Disastrous Homes Record

When the Conservatives were running Southampton City Council they embarked on an ambitious estates regeneration programme. The idea was to tackle the city’s dreadful housing shortage and regenerate our crumbling 1960s estates. Labour took control of the city council in 2012 and pledged to build one affordable home for every day in office. They should […]
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Cable tangle danger reduced by new life-saving law

Hampshire fire chiefs have welcomed new life-saving legislation that will help prevent fatalities from cable entanglement in fires.  The new requirement compels all new wiring systems to use metal, rather than plastic, to support cables in escape routes. Melted plastic trunking and fallen cables were found to be a contributory factor in the deaths of St Mary’s […]
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The Royston Diary


Chinese New Year

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Mark Francois

Meeting with the Armed Forces Minister

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Fire Fleet Maim

A year of co-operation with Royal Berkshire Fire Service

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Campaign Dog

Everyone loves a campaign dog

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Jeremy Moulton will contest Southampton Test

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