Author Archives: Wendy Morton MP

29 Sep
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A View From Westminster – Local Newspaper Column – Improving Education and Expanding Boundaries

It has been a busy two weeks back in Westminster, with lots to be discussed and debated. Changes in the line up of Government under the leadership of new Prime Minister Theresa May, have meant new Ministers, as well as ...

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19 Sep
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A Blooming Week in Aldridge-Brownhills

It has been a “Blooming” week in the constituency with both Aldridge and Brownhills securing Gold in the Royal Horticultural Society’s Heart of England in Bloom awards ceremony on Thursday. For many months volunteer gardeners, together with the district centre ...

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09 Sep
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HSBC Brownhills Closure

  I was very disappointed to hear that HSBC is closing its branch in Brownhills – especially as it leaves us with no bank on the High Street. Having been in contact to seek a meeting with them later this ...

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05 Sep
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A Summer Round Up

The weather hasn’t always been full of sun this summer, but it has been a busy few weeks with lots to do and plenty to be getting on with. Summer recess is a good time to prepare work for when ...

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02 Sep
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A View From Westminster – Local Newspaper Column – A View From the Canal

In recent years we have seen a remarkable revival of many of Britain’s canals and waterways. With this years IWA Festival of Water being held in Pelsall last weekend it was the perfect excuse, if ever we needed one, to ...

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15 Aug
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A View From Westminster – Local Newspaper Column – Out and About

Now in Recess, the business of Parliament and its committees takes a break allowing Members time to catch up on constituency visits and casework, and is an opportunity to join in events organised by local charities and organisations. And, of ...

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29 Jul
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Enough is enough!

Having raised concerns with Walsall Council about the vulnerability of sites in Aldridge, I wrote further in an open letter to the Chief Executive yesterday. I will continue to press, as hard as I can, those that have the powers ...

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22 Jul
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Why Theresa May will be a great Prime Minister

In little under three weeks since David Cameron announced his intention to step down, the country has a new Prime Minister, and leader of the Conservative Party. With the leadership contest rapidly concluded David Cameron announced he was leaving No. ...

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15 Jul
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Rt. Hon. David Cameron’s Last PMQ’s

On such an historic day in parliament with David Cameron’s last PMQs, what an honour to be called to ask a question.   Under the leadership of my right hon. Friend, unemployment in my constituency has dropped from 5.1% in ...

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06 Jul
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Wendy Morton’s Presentation Bills

Today, Wendy Morton MP presented four bills to Parliament in a bid to raise matters of concern to her constituents. When Parliament is sitting on a Friday there are a limited number of opportunities for Presentation Bills once the Private ...

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