Anna Soubry MP, Member of Parliament for Broxtowe, has called on Labour MP’s in Nottinghamshire to vote in favour of HS2 in the vote taking place in Parliament today. Speaking of the vote, Anna said: “Unfortunately, Labour appear to be playing party politics with this important project by refusing to
Anna Soubry MP has today welcomed Parliament’s vote in favour of the High Speed Rail (Preparation) Bill, which will allow the Government to continue funding HS2, ahead of the final vote on the project in Spring 2014. Speaking of the vote, Anna said: HS2 is a great opportunity for Nottinghamshire
Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry bought her first poppy from Cllr. Iris White, Broxtowe’s Mayor, at Beeston British Legion Club. The annual Poppy Appeal was launched on Friday evening and will see more than 200 tins and trays throughout the Borough.
Broxtowe MP, Anna Soubry showed City Council Jon Collins the “nightmare” life of residents on Lower and Fletcher Road in Beeston where tram works are making their lives a misery. Initially Cllr Collins had refused even to meet Anna but rlelented and finally agreed to visit residents in Beeston. Anna
Anna Soubry MP helped launch the first Small Business Saturday. The campaign day is the first of its kind in the UK and is supported by the Prime Minister, David Cameron. Small businesses gathered to listen to a panel of speakers praise tinsides at an event in Nottingham. Speaking of
Anna Soubry MP today took part in the Greater Nottingham Aligned Core Strategies Hearing Session. It was the first of 8 days of examination of plans, including Broxtowe Borough Council’s plan to build over 3,000 houses on Green Belt land. Anna said, “Today we discussed the councils’ duty to co-operate
Anna Soubry, Member of Parliament for Broxtowe, has become the first elected female Defence Minister, having been appointed Parliamentary Undersecretary of State for Defence in the Government reshuffle on 7th October. Speaking of the appointment, Anna said: “I am proud to be the first female Member of Parliament to become
“One of the most enjoyable parts of being an MP is getting out and about, meeting constituents and helping them with any problem.” Anna joined Bramcote Conservatives in their door step survey, including County Councillor John Doddy and Borough Councillors Joan Briggs (and her dog Polly) and Lydia Ball. “It was