Today Parliament was recalled to vote on whether the UK should join international partners in participating in air strikes to combat ISIL in Iraq. As most will know I do not slavishly follow my party whip and I always think through my votes, whatever the subject, in depth. I consult with constituents and colleagues and listen to what is said before I make my mind up. Today I supported the Government for the following reasons…
Medway Council are currently asking for comments from the public regarding recent proposals to build a Tesco Express on Luton High Street. Tracey has written to Medway Council highlighting her concerns
Tracey was delighted to receive the League Against Cruel Sports President’s Politician of the Year 2014 Award this morning. Tracey is a keen campaigner on improved animal welfare standards, most recently campaigning against the Badger Cull, the banning of snares, banning the use of wild animals in circuses and the tackling of puppy trafficking and farming to name but a few.
Today Tracey welcomes the launch of Save the Children’s Read On. Get On. – a new campaign being driven by a coalition of charities, language and literacy experts, teachers, and businesses to get every child reading well at age 11, by 2025.
The cost of rail travel has been an issue for Southeastern commuters for many years. Since 2010 the Government has listened to Kent MPs concerned at the unfairness of the fare formula which saw Kent’s commuters suffer RPI+3 increases while the rest of the country faced a rise of RPI+1 and returned the county’s formula to that equal to everyone else.
Tracey has today joined Animal Defenders International (ADI), the organisation spearheading the campaign to end the use of wild animals in circuses in Britain, to back a new bill introduced today by former Labour Defra Minister Jim Fitzpatrick MP to ban such acts.
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