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MP delighted by funding for our roads

Henry has expressed his delight at the news that Norfolk County Council has unveiled a £2million funding package to fix damaged roads in West Norfolk.

Local MP welcomes Prime Minister’s NHS announcement

Henry Bellingham MP for North West Norfolk said that he was very pleased indeed with the Prime Minister’s NHS announcement made earlier this week which is injecting another £20.5billion a year into the NHS by 2023-24.

MP backs Prime Minister

Henry Bellingham MP for North West Norfolk has said: “The Prime Minister has my full support at a time when she is in the middle of key meetings with different EU countries. Although the Prime Minister’s Withdrawal Agreement is far from perfect, it does give us the best hope of delivering a legal Brexit. I absolutely deplore this attempted coup against her.”

Brexit latest

Henry Bellingham MP for North West Norfolk has welcomed the Prime Minister’s decision to postpone the vital vote on the Withdrawal Agreement.

MP's Brexit update

Commenting on the latest Brexit developments Henry said: “The upcoming vote on the Withdrawal Agreement is not a binary choice. Indeed, if we vote it down then there is no guarantee we will move into no-deal territory; for the simple reason the House of Commons would vote strongly against this. There is every possibility we could be faced with a Constitutional crisis, see Article 50 extended, see the EU elections going ahead and then possibly loose Brexit altogether.”

MP welcomes the Prime Minister's deal

Commenting on the latest Brexit developments Henry said: "As you know I voted for Brexit and obviously our constituency had one of the strongest leave votes in the country."

MP delighted by additional funding for potholes

14th November
Henry Bellingham MP for North West Norfolk has expressed his delight at the news that Norfolk will receive just over £12.5million extra for highway maintenance and potholes.

MP pays tribute to PCC

Henry Bellingham MP for North West Norfolk pays tribute to Police and Crime Commissioner Lorne Green. After the news of Lorne’s decision not to seek re-election in 2020 Henry said he was disappointed Lorne had taken this decision for family reasons but completely understood.