My Three Priorities for Dover & Deal:

Please be aware that my office will be closed from 21st December until the 4th January. Therefore, emails may not be picked up and actioned straight away.

My website contains numbers of local services for urgent matters over the Christmas period, as well as helpful advice on coronavirus.

I will, of course, remain available to deal with the most urgent matters over this period, including in relation to transition and coronavirus. 

I wish you a very happy Christmas and all the best for 2021.

Meeting with Chamber Chief Executive David Foley

On Friday, 17th June 2022, as Dover District Chamber of Commerce President I welcomed Chamber Chief Executive David Foley to a meeting at the House of Commons. Discussions included many issues relating to the best interests of residents, workers and companies in the Dover and

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RLSS UK: Drowning Prevention Animation

This week, the Royal Life Saving Society UK (RLSS UK), the national charity and leader in lifesaving and lifeguarding training across the UK and Ireland, brought its annual Drowning Prevention Week campaign to Westminster. Drowning Prevention Week, which began on 18th June and continues until

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RMT Strikes this week

RMT strikes began this week, with restricted service availability on Southeastern trains. People in our area should avoid travelling on the following dates and times. The strikes already took place on Tuesday and will take place between 00:01 and 23:59: • Today • Saturday 25th

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Its time for human rights reform

As I said in Parliament last week, in November I stood on Dover seafront and mourned 27 people who had drowned in the English Channel. Seven were women, one was a teenager and one a seven-year-old child. It was such senseless and unnecessary loss of

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Calling for Air BnB registration scheme

I have called for a registration system for short term, Air BnB style lets. The call in parliament last week follows complaints raised with me about the spiralling use of short-term lets in Deal. Residents in Deal and Kingsdown have raised with me concerns about

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Meeting with Chamber Chief Executive David Foley

On Friday, 17th June 2022, as Dover District Chamber of Commerce President I welcomed Chamber Chief Executive David Foley to a meeting at the House of Commons. Discussions included many issues relating to the best interests of residents, workers and

Read More

RMT Strikes this week

RMT strikes began this week, with restricted service availability on Southeastern trains. People in our area should avoid travelling on the following dates and times. The strikes already took place on Tuesday and will take place between 00:01 and 23:59:

Read More

Its time for human rights reform

As I said in Parliament last week, in November I stood on Dover seafront and mourned 27 people who had drowned in the English Channel. Seven were women, one was a teenager and one a seven-year-old child. It was such

Read More

Calling for Air BnB registration scheme

I have called for a registration system for short term, Air BnB style lets. The call in parliament last week follows complaints raised with me about the spiralling use of short-term lets in Deal. Residents in Deal and Kingsdown have

Read More

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RLSS UK: Drowning Prevention Animation

This week, the Royal Life Saving Society UK (RLSS UK), the national charity and leader in lifesaving and lifeguarding training across the UK and Ireland, brought its annual Drowning Prevention Week campaign to Westminster. Drowning Prevention Week, which began on 18th June and continues until

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