Chessel Surgery was recently inspected by the CQC and they have rated the practice as inadequate and issued warning notices that the practice must comply with. What does this mean? This means that the CQC [...]
I am delighted to have been elected to serve on the important and influential Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Commons. Events that happen overseas have a direct impact on our security and prosperity. [...]
Good news for residents of Bitterne, as the Swimming Pool at Bitterne Leisure Centre will be reopening this weekend. To celebrate the reopening, Active Nation, are holding a Discovery Weekend on Saturday 2nd and Sunday [...]
Forgotten Marine Hero Honored in his Home City The end of the Great War, the bodies of only three heroes were ever brought back to England and given state funerals; those of the nurse Edith [...]
Heathrow Southern Rail has announced plans to run a direct rail service from Southampton to Heathrow, making the journey to Heathrow Airport significantly quicker and more passenger friendly.
I recently had the great pleasure of joining Sarah Mepham, senior lecturer in Performance at Southampton Solent University for the Mayflower Theatre Summer Dance Project. The Mayflower Theatre have brought together 30 young people to [...]
I have been campaigning for 20mph limits in areas like this for a long time, yet despite this, and the support of thousands of local residents the council still does nothing.
The Government has announced an additional £1.3 billion for schools funding over two years - meaning schools funding will be £2.6 billion higher in 2019-20. This is good news for children in our city.