Campaigns

Assisted Dying Defeat

Henry said afterwards: “Obviously having voted against the Bill I was very pleased indeed on the outcome of the decision. Certainly the overwhelming majority of people who emailed me and wrote to me were opposed to the Bill, but this is not to say that there are not powerful arguments in favour as well.

Reduction in Feed In Tariffs

I have been assured that the Government is committed to meeting 15 per cent of the UK's energy demands from renewable resources by 2020, and FITs have led to levels of renewable energy deployment that have surpassed all expectations. By the end of the year deployment under the FIT scheme will have already exceeded the Government’s 2012 projections for wind, hydro and anaerobic digestion in 2020-21, and is expected to be within the predicted range for solar before then too.

Know Your Numbers! Week

I am urging constituents to make time for their health by getting a quick, free, and painless blood pressure check during Know Your Numbers! Week (14-20 September 2015).

The Hunting Act amendment

Over the last 2 weeks I have received a large number of emails regarding the Hunting Act amendment. I am grateful to all those who took the trouble to contact me; I certainly appreciate and fully understand the strong views on both sides of this argument.

My View on Bees

Many of you have taken the time to contact me about the very worrying situation concerning bees.

Henry on Fuel Duty

I know this is an important issue for families and businesses in the constituency. Indeed, during the recent election campaign it was made very clear to me on many occasions that fuel costs is a major concern for many local constituents and furthermore, many people in North West Norfolk have to drive long distances to their place of work.