Conservative Party Manifesto

The manifesto sets out how a Conservative majority government would bring back the Withdrawal Agreement Bill before Christmas so that we can get Brexit done by the end of January and focus on the people’s priorities. It also explains how a Conservative majority government that believes in a dynamic, market economy can invest in the people’s priorities like our NHS, schools and tackling crime. … Read More

Cole Car Park Re-Surfaced

Cllr Barbara Parry, “Cole Close Car Park was in a poor state of repair and we have been pushing Officers for a long time to resurface the car park.  It’s fantastic that this work has now been completed, thank you to those who carried out the work.”   Cllr Kevin Parry “Cole Close Car park was one of our key … Read More

Robert’s Weekly Column – October 16th 2019

Monday saw the State Opening of Parliament – the formal beginning of a new Parliamentary session. The highlight of this ceremony is the Queen’s Speech where the Government outlines it priorities. It was a proud moment for me in my role as Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary to present the speech to Her Majesty the Queen. The Queen’s Speech set … Read More

Robert’s Weekly Column – October 9th 2019

Motor Neuron Disease is a dreadful illness that affects many families across the constituency and the country. That’s why, as your local MP, I have worked closely with the North Wiltshire Group of the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA). This local charity works hard to raise awareness, campaign for improved services and raise funds to support local families affected by … Read More

Robert’s Weekly Column – October 2nd 2019

It was fantastic on Friday to be at Hop, Skip and Jump at Upper Shaw Ridge Farm for another visit. I am proud to have helped get this wonderful respite facility opened back in 2011. It does great work with children and their families. They are able to cater for up to 60 children a day, providing a variety of … Read More

Robert’s Weekly Column – September 25th 2019

On Sunday I laced up my running shoes and joined more than 2,000 other people in running the Swindon Half Marathon. It was the fourth time I have joined them, and it was wonderful to spend my birthday doing so. The support that all of the runners received from the thousands of people who despite the rain lined the 13.1 … Read More