East Devon’s MP Sir Hugo Swire has welcomed last week’s announcement that Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has committed a further £80 million to build a new sea wall at Dawlish, as part of the Conservative Government’s wider £2 billion investment in transport infrastructure and projects across
East Devon's MP Sir Hugo Swire has called for a debate in Parliament on policy towards foreign fighters and the return of so-called 'Jihadi Brides'. This follows the news this morning that a teen who fled the UK to join IS 'wants to come home'.
Sir Hugo Swire has welcomed new investment from the Conservative Government, spearheaded by Communities Secretary James Brokenshire, to help East Devon support rough sleepers into safe and stable accommodation where they can rebuild their lives.
You will be aware from the events of last week that Parliament voted to support the Brady amendment, of which I was a sponsor, which means that the Prime Minister can now go back to Brussels to negotiate in the knowledge that it is the issue of the "Irish backstop" that needs to be addressed.
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