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18 JUN 2019

Therese Hosts Public Meeting on Scottish Power Renewables Infrastructure

Together with local county councillors Andrew Reid and Russ Rainger, Therese is hosting a public meeting so local residents can share their opinions on the latest proposals for the offshore wind farms and associated infrastructure for Scottish Power Renewables. Therese said: "We are not happy with their proposals for the area. Neither of the sites SPR considered were appropriate and it was my suggestion, via the consultation, that SPR and National Grid find an alternative, such as the proposed nuclear site at Bradwell." The meeting will take place on Friday 28th June at 530pm. If you would like to attend, please confirm by midday on...


14 JUN 2019

Therese Celebrates Finn's Law Coming into Force

Therese was delighted to meet the stars of Britain's Got Talent – Finn and his handler PC Dave Wardell – in Parliament tocelebrate 'Finn's Law' – the Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Act, which came into force last Saturday. The new law makes it harder for those who harm service animals to claim they were acting in self-defence and means it is now a criminal offence to cause them unnecessary suffering. Finn was stabbed as he protected PC Wardell from an attacker in 2016. It is important that our four-legged friends serving to fight crime are recognised as well as the officers.


13 JUN 2019

Why I'm Backing Boris

Voting has started on the leadership contest for the Conservative Party. We have a wide range of really good candidates, eachwith their own strengths. My fellow Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has really done brilliantly in the Cabinet in DCMS and Health and I really rate him as an excellent, astute politician. There are others who I could also see being the PM. I have given this a lot of thought and did my SWOT analysis, just as I did for the EU referendum, and I have decided to vote for Boris Johnson. I think BoJo has the mojo to make Brexit happen AND he can reach out to many parts of the country to deliver a better, brighter Britain. He had a...


12 JUN 2019

Commitment to Fix IT Issues Affecting Felixstowe MIU

Local NHS bosses gave a commitment to fix the 'IT issues' that have prevented some patients from getting anappointment at the Felixstowe Minor Injuries Unit, following Therese's public meeting on Saturday. The meeting enabled patients to put their questions to NHS top brass, including the Chief Officer of the Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG, Ed Garratt. When the MIU moved to an appointment-based unit back in April, I was assured that patients could still access same-day treatment by calling NHS 111 or via their GP surgeries. However, this hasn't been consistently happening due to a problem with the IT system accessing patients records,...


11 JUN 2019

Therese Roped in to Tug of War and Wins for Macmillan Cancer Support

Therese was delighted to captain the winning team of female MPs, as they overcame the collective might of female peers to secure victory for the House of Commons in the Macmillan Cancer Support Tug of War last week. The annual event, this year compered by BBC Deputy Political Editor, John Pienaar, has raised over £3 million for Macmillan since its conception in 1987. Therese said: "My thanks to everyone who took part, right across the political spectrum, as we raised money for such a worthy cause. Macmillan is the UK's leading cancer support charity providing medical, emotional, financial and practical help for cancer patients."


03 JUN 2019

Public Meeting to get Answers on Felixstowe Minor Injuries Unit

Therese is hosting a public meeting this Saturday when local NHS bosses, including the CCG's Chief Officer, Ed Garrett, and other NHS representatives will be available to answer questions and concerns about the Felixstowe Minor Injuries Unit. This follows on from the meeting Therese had with East of England Regional Director, Ann Radmore, after some constituents reported the difficulties of getting access, especially via NHS 111. The meeting will take place on Saturday 8th June from 930-1030am in a central Felixstowe venue. If you would like to attend please confirm by midday on Thursday 6th June by emailing...


21 MAY 2019

Therese Fights for Same Day Access to Felixstowe Minor Injuries Service

Therese is seeking an urgent meeting with the NHS boss for the East of England, Anne Radmore, to express her concerns onpatients struggling to be referred to the Felixstowe Minor Injuries Unit (MIU), particularly via the NHS 111 service. Last month the MIU moved to an appointment based unit, not a walk in given on average how few people used the service each week. When this was first proposed, Therese was assured by the then Health Minister, Steve Barclay MP, that they could still access same-day treatment by calling NHS 111 or via their GP surgeries. This is a service that is also advertised by the Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG. However,...


20 MAY 2019

Suffolk in 60 as Rail Transport Upgraded

Today is a historic day for rail transport in our part of the world as it marks the first Norwich in 90 and Suffolk in 60 trains. From now on, there will be two fast trains in each direction every weekday between East Anglia and London Liverpool Street. Therese said: "I'm very proud of all the MPs who have worked together to achieve this, starting with our manifesto in 2012 and our prospectus in 2014. A great team effort, I particularly want to praise Ben Gummer, who did a brilliant job with Chloe Smith and Priti Patel leading the three counties' efforts in persuading Ministers to make the investment and I'm proud that the Conservative...


19 MAY 2019

Therese Welcomes Cricket World Cup Trophy to Southwold

Later this summer England and Wales host the ICC Cricket World Cup, which will showcase the very best of one-day cricket here on our shores. Last month, Therese was pleased to welcome the Cricket World Cup trophy to Southwold as part of its tour around the UK. There are quite a few cricket clubs along the coast. I can think of clubs in Southwold, Thorpeness, Felixstowe, Woodbridge, to name a few. Suffolk Cricket website has more information https://suffolkcricket.org/support/clubs/ Good luck to the England team & lets hope we have another World Cup summer to...


14 MAY 2019

Therese Addresses Federation of Small Business Roundtable

Therese met the Federation of Small Business Regional Chair, David Barnes, at a roundtable meeting of local small businessesrecently. The common theme was workforce supply and skills. Therese said: "Starting your own business takes courage - and the government is there to help, particularly through its low-interest loans supported by a business mentor." To find out more see here.



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