My Three Priorities for Dover & Deal:

1) Let’s Get Brexit Done and Move Forward

 

2) Delivering Better Healthcare

 

3) More Jobs & Money

 

Fighting to Keep Dover Clear

Leaving Europe at the end of the year will mean different controls at the Port. It is vital that the local traffic management systems are robust and effective to manage that. I have been working with the District Council leader, Cllr Trevor Bartlett, Kent County

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Keeping the Virus in Check

On Monday a new set of COVID-19 guidance and laws came into force. The virus remains a killer and cases are on the rise. So reducing the rate of the spread of infection remains vital. These new rules seek to manage the national response to

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Vital to Keep Dover Clear

It’s been confirmed that the traffic problems in Dover were caused by a Home Office security operation that involved checking all vehicles and passengers at Dover and other ports. It is of course vital the Home Office is able to take whatever steps it feels

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High Speed trains restored to Deal and the villages

It is great news that High Speed train services have been restored to Deal and the villages from this week (Monday 7 September) following talks with rail bosses. Train services between Dover and Ramsgate on the High Speed line had been suspended and reduced during

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Stronger policing, stronger communities

Last week Kent Police and Crime Commissioner, Matthew Scott, came to Deal to meet with me and Deal Councillor, Peter Jull, to discuss the priorities for Kent Police in our area and his role as Commissioner. In Kent the numbers of police are rising. In

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Time to Get Back to School

Locally we have some very good schools, as well as schools that are improving at pace. As the start of term approaches, now is the time to focus on making sure our young people are able to return to school – safe in the knowledge

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Fighting to Keep Dover Clear

Leaving Europe at the end of the year will mean different controls at the Port. It is vital that the local traffic management systems are robust and effective to manage that. I have been working with the District Council leader,

Read More

Keeping the Virus in Check

On Monday a new set of COVID-19 guidance and laws came into force. The virus remains a killer and cases are on the rise. So reducing the rate of the spread of infection remains vital. These new rules seek to

Read More

Vital to Keep Dover Clear

It’s been confirmed that the traffic problems in Dover were caused by a Home Office security operation that involved checking all vehicles and passengers at Dover and other ports. It is of course vital the Home Office is able to

Read More

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Coronavirus: Rule of 6

From 14th September 2020, you must not hold social gatherings with more than 6 people. The “rule of 6” applies in any setting, indoors or outdoors, at home or in the pub. More information can be found here.

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