Westminster News

Brexit update

Commenting on the latest Brexit situation Henry said: “Once again I voted for the Prime Minister’s Agreement, because although it is far from perfect, it does at least deliver a legal Brexit, and honours the Referendum result.

Brexit update

Commenting on the latest Brexit situation Henry said: “As someone who has voted twice for the Prime Minister’s Withdrawal Agreement, on the basis this is the best way of delivering both the referendum and my own pledges to my electorate, I am personally very sad that the Withdrawal Agreement has not gone through.”

MP Commits to speaking up for people with Multiple Sclerosis in Parliament  

It is estimated 1,440 people are living with MS in Norfolk. MS is an incurable, progressive neurological condition, and it is currently not known what causes it. Some symptoms of MS can be seen or heard such as balance and speech problems. However, some symptoms of MS are invisible like fatigue and chronic pain.

Brexit update

On the day of the crucial Meaningful Vote Henry said he was now a lot more comfortable about the legal safeguards attached to the Northern Ireland Backstop.

MP speaks up for caravan parks in West Norfolk

Henry recently attended a debate on leisure park homes. The main purpose of the debate was to flag up the problem that arises when leisure parks have sites which are poorly managed, and where residents are unfairly treated.

Brexit update

Henry has praised the Prime Minister, the Attorney General and the Brexit Secretary for their determination to try and find a compromise on the Backstop which would ensure the Withdrawal Agreement gets through Parliament.

MP joins Dogs Trust campaign to stop puppy smuggling

Henry recently attended a drop-in session hosted by the Dogs Trust in Parliament where the charity was asking MPs to join its campaign to end the cruel practice of puppy smuggling.