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.
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.
With record new case numbers and daily death tolls, there is no doubt that as a country we are facing one of the toughest stages of the pandemic so far. Despite some progress locally, the number of cases remain uncomfortably high and local hospital capacity
I am calling on residents to take part in community testing and save lives. After attending a test, proving negative, at the Dover Discovery Centre shortly after it opened, I am strongly encouraging everyone who can book and attend the test to get one done.
The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has announced the reintroduction of a full national lockdown, similar to that back in March 2020. This is due to the new variant that has seen hospitalisation rates 40% higher than the first peak in April 2020, that means without
As a new term begins, I understand that many pupils, parents and teachers are facing uncertainty about the situation for schools at this stage of the pandemic. The teaching community has undertaken sterling work over the last nine months to keep schools operating for the