During the election campaign I knocked on thousands of doors across Ipswich and by far crime and anti-social behaviour was the number one issue people raised with me. All too often, residents tell me they are scared of going into their own town centre.Read More
I was glad to be able to get the opportunity today to have a sit down discussion in Parliament with the Rail Minister Chris Heaton-Harris. I was challenging and made clear to him how unhappy many of my constituents are with the issues there have been with the Rail services they rely on over the past…Read More
During my acceptance speech on the morning of the 13th December I said I wanted to be the MP for all the people of Ipswich, whoever they voted for. I believe it’s vital that I am fully accessible as your MP and that if you have a problem that I can help with, you can speak to me about it. So starting on 11th January, I will be holding regular surgeries giving people a chance to raise their concerns and problems directly to me.
However, I am also committed to reaching out to everyone, all across the town and I plan to hold surgeries in the community not only in my constituency office.
I will therefore be holding regular events in libraries and community halls all across the town so I can hear from as many of you as I can. I am committed to being an MP that serves you to the highest standard.