During my over 9 years as the Member of Parliament for Northampton North I have been a consistent and ardent campaigner against the blight of potholes. Potholes are of course a huge nuisance and safety hazard for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians.
On Tuesday, 6th June 1944 over 100,000 Allied personnel (British, American, Canadian and French soldiers and many more) landed on the beaches of Normandy in what was a significant step in liberating Western Europe from Nazi occupation.
During the afternoon of Thursday, 23rd May 2019, I was summoned to Number 10 Downing Street and told by the Prime Minister that she was promoting me to the rank of Minister of State and asking me to transfer from the Culture Department to serve as the No 2 at the Department for Transport – making
The Queen Eleanor Cross in Northampton is an extremely important 13th Century monument of British history which has been in need of specialist renovation for some time. It last had significant work done in 1984.