Adapting to a new normal

We don’t know how long our battle against Coronavirus will go on for. The hunt for a vaccine is on with the whole world united in a common goal. And whilst some of the most promising trials are coming from our own scientists, even these will take time.

Issuing Covid Secure Guidance for employers

Antony asked the Minister in the Department of Work and Pensions about the Covid Secure guidance and how it would be publicised to make sure that any employer that can be open, does so safely.

Coronavirus Debate

Antony contributes to the General Debate on Covid-19 in Parliament, highlighting the importance of the aerospace sector locally. 

Thank you Mr Deputy Speaker.

Today We Remember VE Day

Today marks 75 years since the end of the Second World War in Europe. And at 11am, all across the country, the nation will pause in solemn reflection. Remembering the sacrificies made by everyone who, through all the difficulties of war, came together in a monumental fight.

Going to Work

It's important that businesses remain open, if it is safe to do so. I asked the Secretary of State what steps are being taken to make sure the current guidance is clear regarding going to work.

Our Exit from the EU cannot be delayed

Over the last 7 weeks I have devoted my weekly column to keeping you informed about the latest Coronavirus news, from outlining the support being made available to praising our public services. That has been not only important, but necessary.

Meat Consumption

An article appeared in the Daily Mail on the 16th April on plans by public sector caterers to reduce meat in their menus by 20% which they claim will help address climate change.  

I wanted to make my view clear:

Supporting Constituents Stuck Abroad

I've been supporting many constituents stuck abroad 🌏, including those in Pakistan. And whilst many have now been able to return home, some are still stuck abroad.