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.

Congratulations Tracy Carr

Congratulations to the founder of mental health charity Talk it Out, Tracy Carr, on receiving an honour from the Queen in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list. Talk It Out plays a vital role in providing mental health support in Deal and has been a

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Migrant boat crossings in the English Channel

Migrant boat crossings in the English Channel have caused a lot of concern to our community and across the country. The risk of loss of life is very great and the steep increase in crossings is alarming. It is vital that greater action is taken

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Great British Spring Clean

On Friday, I joined litter volunteers in St Margaret’s Bay, collecting litter that had been left behind by bank holiday visitors and put it in rubbish bags for safe disposal. I was joined by Council leader, Cllr Trevor Bartlett, Cllr Martin Bates, Cllr Oliver Richardson

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A plan to tackle illegal migration for good.

This weekend saw the return of angry demonstrators to Dover, who blocked Port traffic again. This comes after reports of more than 3,000 migrants entering the country illegally during 2021 so far, a huge increase on last year. Many more illegal entrants are forecast to

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Great British Railways reforms

The Government’s Great British Railways reforms look to integrate the railways for the first time in a quarter of a century, owning the infrastructure, collecting most fare revenue, running and planning the network and setting timetables. The reforms are set to provide new opportunities for

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Congratulations Tracy Carr

Congratulations to the founder of mental health charity Talk it Out, Tracy Carr, on receiving an honour from the Queen in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list. Talk It Out plays a vital role in providing mental health support in

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