Royston Smith Conservative Candidate for Itchen

This is not about leave or remain, it’s a question of honesty.

I am proud to have been elected as the Member of Parliament for the Southampton Itchen Constituency again in 2017 and I have now been an MP here since 2015.  I am not currently an MP, as Parliament has been dissolved until after the General Election. I am the Conservative Party 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.

Thank you for your support.

Royston Smith MP

Royston Smith

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2019 Election Victory

December 17th, 2019|0 Comments

I would like to thank my constituents for re-electing me to serve as the Member of Parliament for Southampton Itchen My campaign was simple. Get Brexit done and move onto the other important issues which, in my opinion, have not received the attention they deserve. The general election returned 109 [...]

Brexit Update

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Update from Parliament

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