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Brexit update

Commenting on the current status of the Brexit negotiations Henry said: “My absolute key priority is to get Brexit over the line so we actually have an agreement that can get through Parliament. What in my mind would be a complete catastrophe is the Government losing the vote on Brexit and then running the risk of another General Election which could be won by Jeremy Corbyn. This could easily result in us loosing Brexit altogether.”

Hospital chairman resigns – MP praises his record

Further to the decision taken by the QEH chairman Edward Libbey to resign, Henry Bellingham MP for North West Norfolk said: “I was very sad to hear this has happened because he has been doing an excellent job.”

MP welcomes Council’s decision

Henry Bellingham MP for North West Norfolk is delighted that the Borough Council will install three new drinking fountains in the local area.

Henry says, hospital special measures move is a significant backward step

Commenting on the announcement that the Queen Elizabeth Hospital is being put back into special measures Henry Bellingham MP for North West Norfolk said: “This really is a retrograde step and one that is especially disheartening given all the hard work that has gone into the hospital since it came out of the last special measures programme in 2015.”

Henry gives initial support to PCC

Henry has given his initial support to Lorne Green, the Police and Crime Commissioner on his proposals regarding the governance of the Fire and Rescue Service.

Best Small Shops Competition

9th August 2018
Henry is calling on North West Norfolk’s small shopkeepers to enter the Best Small Shops Competition, celebrating the creativity of small shops and the central role they play in their local community.

MP supports Postcode Lotteries

2nd August 2018
Sir Henry Bellingham MP for North West Norfolk is encouraging good causes in his constituency to apply for a share of a funding pot worth over £3 million that has been raised by players of People’s Postcode Lottery to support projects helping local people.

MP supports Prime Minister’s Chequers Brexit Declaration

Henry said that he broadly supported the Prime Minister’s recent declaration on Brexit, commenting on the matter Henry stated: “Whilst it is highly regrettable David Davis and Boris Johnson resigned, nevertheless, they are both men of honour and principle and felt they could not go along with a p