Bernard Jenkin weekly No.6

This edition of Bernard Jenkin weekly should have been published on Sunday 20 November. I was really ill that weekend and I just haven't found the time to do it till now. I'll try and make sure this doesn't happen again.  Week 14 November - 20 November In week when Present-elect Donald Trump continued continued … Continue reading Bernard Jenkin weekly No.6

Bernard Jenkin weekly: No.2

  Week 17 October - 23 October In a week when the third and final US Presidential debate took place, a decision on airport expansion in the UK was pushed back for at least another year, and by-elections were held in both Witney, following David Cameron's resignation, and Batley and Spen, after the killing of … Continue reading Bernard Jenkin weekly: No.2

Bernard Jenkin weekly: No.1

  Week 10 October - 16 October Firstly, welcome to the first edition of Bernard Jenkin weekly, the follow up to James Heappey weekly. Here, every week, I will summarise Bernard Jenkin MP for Harwich and North Essex's actions in Parliament. This will include contributions and speeches made in debates, written questions submitted, any select … Continue reading Bernard Jenkin weekly: No.1

James Heappey weekly: No.20

Week 12 September - 18 September In a week when Diane James was elected the leader of the UK Independence Party, David Cameron announced he was standing down as an MP, and the last hustings of the Labour leadership election was broadcast on Sky News, what did James Heappey do? Speeches and written questions James … Continue reading James Heappey weekly: No.20

James Heappey weekly: No.19

Week 5 September - 11 September In a week when Parliament came back from its summer recess, the Prime Minister, Theresa May, attended the G20 Summit in China, and the government announced plans to lift the ban on opening new grammar schools, what did James Heappey do? Speeches and written questions James Heappey spoke several … Continue reading James Heappey weekly: No.19

James Heappey weekly: No.18

Week 18 July - 24 July In a week when MPs overwhelmingly backed the renewal of the UK's Trident nuclear weapons system, Angela Eagle withdrew from the Labour leadership election leaving Owen Smith as the only challenger to Jeremy Corbyn, and Theresa May had her first PMQs session since becoming Prime Minister, what did James … Continue reading James Heappey weekly: No.18