It took a top level summit meeting to stop the uncertainty, but now there can be virtually no doubt at all that France (which owns EDF) and Britain are enthusiastically right behind the development of Hinkley C power station. The Prime … [Read more...] about Hinkley C gets the Anglo-French green light!
Linda Robson and I have something in common. She's famous, of course, for her TV comedy roles. But we share a genuine belief in the tremendous work done by Marie Curie nurses helping patients here in Somerset and all over the UK. Every … [Read more...] about Birds of a Feather
The EU Solidarity Fund was established in 2002 after severe flooding in central Europe. So when flood waters rose in Bridgwater and on the Levels in 2011 there were quite a few voices calling for us to get our hands of some of this fund. … [Read more...] about EU flood relief? Red tape but no cash
Once upon a time the trains rumbled through Burtle junction - long gone now though. And Burtle has been without a Post Office since 2008 when the temporary one, in the pub, shut down. But after a long fight I bring better news: the Post … [Read more...] about Post Haste!
Along with many of my Parliamentary colleagues I want there to be greater transparency in the NHS after an Alzheimer’s Society investigation which found too many people with dementia are falling while in hospital, being discharged at night … [Read more...] about Better care needed