Westminster News

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My week in Westminster

It's been another blistering and busy week at Westminster. Parliament returned from summer recess, with the news that it will prorogue from mid-September, over the Party Conference season when we don’t ever sit, and for a further week into October.

Anne-Marie raises defence spending in the House of Commons

Anne-Marie Trevelyan, MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed, hosted a debate in Westminster Hall this morning on defence spending. This was an opportunity for MPs to discuss how funding for defence should be spent, and to hold the Defence Minister to account.

The Time Is Now: Anne-Marie meets constituents to discuss climate change

Anne-Marie Trevelyan, MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed, was delighted to meet constituents in Westminster as part of the huge climate change rally in Parliament, The Time is Now. She met constituents who had made the long journey down to London from Wallington, the Farne Islands and Belsay.

MP welcomes local businesses to Westminster

Anne-Marie Trevelyan, MP for Berwick-upon-Tweed, is delighted to welcome local businesses from her constituency to Westminster this week. Three businesses from Berwick-upon-Tweed are regional winners for the North East at the Countryside Alliance’s Awards.

My week in Westminster

Another insane week in Westminster is coming to an end, as I continue to use my vote to try to deliver Brexit despite relentless efforts by a few remainer MPs to frustrate the British people’s order to us to leave the EU.
 

Anne-Marie's statement on why she is voting with the Government today

Today should have been Brexit Day. But the shocking arrogance of a majority of Remain MPs in the House of Commons, and a Prime Minister who never had any enthusiasm for the positive future which Brexit will give our country, have failed to deliver that today.

Brexit deal in the House of Commons

Following last night’s vote in the House of Commons, I thought my constituents would like to understand why I voted against the Prime Minister’s latest “deal”.