Chloe Smith
MP for Norwich North

News

Defence Secretary launches the first UK-wide Veterans Strategy

Today the Defence Secretary is launching the first UK-wide Veterans Strategy, helping support those who served, as well as their families, in every aspect of their lives once they have hung up their uniform.   https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/strategy-for-our-veterans  

Chloe Smith MP supports Leeway’s White Ribbon Window Campaign

  Chloe Smith, Member of Parliament for Norwich North is supporting a campaign run by Leeway Domestic Violence and Abuse Services aimed at highlighting and tackling Domestic Abuse. The White Ribbon Window Campaign is being run in partnership with Norwich City Council and is being launched...

A Brexit for Business

The Government’s balanced approach to the public finances has meant that the deficit has fallen by 80% since 2010, borrowing has fallen to its lowest level since 2001 and debt has started its first sustained fall in a generation. Employment has risen over the last year, breaking records repeat...

The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy

 It was a pleasure to take part in a ceremony on Saturday, with Cllr John Fisher, Mayor of Thorpe St Andrew, where we planted 5 trees as part on the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy Project. I am one of over 500 other MPs who are supporting The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC), ...

LGBT Action Plan: Reporting Back

Everyone in this country should feel safe and happy to be who they are, to love who they love, and to live their lives without judgement or fear. Back in July I wrote about the Government’s LGBT Action Plan outlining what steps the Government is taking to tackle bullying in schools, to protect...

Universal Credit and the Budget

I'm blogging about particular aspects of the Budget, which was presented to Parliament this week, so constituents are informed. This blog is about the benefit known as Universal Credit, which some constituents have recently got in touch with me about. I also wrote about it in October and you can...

Building a Britain for the future: Housing in the Budget

I'm continuing to blog about particular aspects of the Budget, which was presented to Parliament this week. As your representative in Parliament I aim to keep you reliably informed. This blog is about housing, which I know from speaking to many constituents is one of the most important issue fac...

Budget 2018: NHS and Social Care

More good news announced at the Budget this week was additional funding for the NHS and social care. The NHS is the nation’s number one spending priority and at the Budget the Chancellor reaffirmed the Government’s commitment to ensuring the NHS has access to the long term sustainable fu...

Halloween Advice

Happy Halloween to everyone who is joining in the fun today. Here is the pumpkin I made with our little boy. Halloween is supposed to be a fun time, so please respect your neighbours and follow Norfolk Constabulary’s helpful Halloween Advice https://www.norfolk.police.uk/news/latest-news/17-10...

Budget 2018: Schools and education

Measures announced at the Budget will provide additional support necessary to help children get the care, education and support they need. I am pleased to see that the core schools budget is at a record high this year, standing at more than £42 billion rising to £43.5billion by 2019/20. ...

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