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MP meets Health Secretary to discuss Rothbury Hospital

Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP has met the new Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock MP, in the House of Commons to discuss the ongoing closure of inpatient beds at Rothbury Community Hospital as part of her campaign to keep services at the hospital.  

Rothbury Hospital - update

Later today Anne-Marie has a meeting with the Health Secretary about Rothbury Hospital.  Below is an update on the campaign so far:

Veterans Strategy debate

Anne-Marie spoke in Thursday's Veterans Strategy Debate in Parliament. You can watch the speech below or click HERE to read it.

 

 

 

 

MP resigns from Government over Brexit Withdrawal Agreement

Anne-Marie Trevelyan has resigned from her role as a Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Education Ministers because she cannot support the proposed withdrawal agreement with the EU.

Attached below is her resignation letter setting out her reasons.

MP welcomes historic deal for the north east

Anne-Marie Trevelyan, MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed joined fellow north east MPs from across the political divide to witness the Northern Powerhouse Minister, Jake Berry MP, sign the historic “North of Tyne Devolution Deal” which transfers powers and funding over from Westminster to the north east.

Speech on the Budget

Anne-Marie's speech in the Budget debate on the Chancellor's announcements and what it means for Northumberland.

 

You can also read the speech HERE.

 

 

MP welcomes bumper spending for the NHS

Anne-Marie Trevelyan, MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed, has welcomed today’s Budget, delivered by the Chancellor Philip Hammond, which signalled an end to the policies of austerity brought in to repair the economic disaster left behind by the previous Labour administration.  After a period of 8 years of

MP launches annual Christmas appeal

Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP has launched her annual Christmas “buy one more toy” appeal, now in its eighth year. She is once more calling on local residents to support the poorest children across the North East via the Salvation Army.