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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.
Last week’s Autumn Statement did a lot to help hard-pressed households in Dover, Deal and the villages. Pensioners will cheer the Triple Lock being kept in place. Meanwhile, the uprating of working-age benefits will really help working families who have been feeling the pinch. For
Last week, Dover MP Natalie Elphicke visited the Dover Food Bank at its new location in Dover High Street’s Charlton Centre. Natalie praised the food bank’s “vital work” and called for local residents to volunteer and get involved. Natalie met with the food bank’s manager,
Natalie Elphicke MP for Dover said on the Rwanda decision: The Supreme’s Court decision on Rwanda means the policy is effectively at an end. No planes will be leaving, and we now need to move forward. With Winter coming, the timing of this decision couldn’t be
East Kent`s MPs Craig Mackinlay, Sir Roger Gale and Natalie Elphicke have expressed their regret following the announced reduction of 500 jobs at the Pfizer’s site in Sandwich, Kent. The loss of employment locally will undoubtedly be a challenging development for the affected staff and
Last week’s Autumn Statement did a lot to help hard-pressed households in Dover, Deal and the villages. Pensioners will cheer the Triple Lock being kept in place. Meanwhile, the uprating of working-age benefits will really help working families who have
Calling on Transport Ministers and Kent Police to act swiftly to keep Dover clear during the Summer getaway peak period.
Following pressure from the Dover and Deal MP Natalie Elphicke, Transport Ministers, Kent County Council, the Port of Dover, Kent Police and the Kent Resilience Forum have all been making detailed preparations to avoid gridlock at the port and in the town during the Summer Getaway
This week’s Report Back: Astor students present to Minister and MPs in Parliament Stop the Boats – marathon voting to defeat Lords amendments action on fly-tipping & campaigning in support of local recycling centres working hard for Dover, Deal & the villages
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