Opinions

Tackling International Terrorism on the Internet

I really welcome the news that the Home Secretary Amber Rudd is attending the inaugural meeting of the Global Internet Forum in San Francisco. Amber will meet with international internet giants to urge them to do more about terrorism online.

Bids open for Housing Infrastructure Fund

Fantastic news as the Government invites local councils to bid for the £2.3 bn Housing Infrastructure Fund today.

This will mean that housing for ordinary working families can be built faster.  This is all about delivering the right infrastructure in the right place.  

The Queen's Speech Vote

Last week’s vote on the Queen’s Speech in the Commons was the first meaningful test of the new Government and, despite the predictions of doom and gloom by the mainstream media, I feel everything went smoothly and according to Theresa May’s plan.  

What the Queen's Speech means in Norwich and Broadland

Following a quite extraordinary general election campaign, I’m delighted with the Queen’s Speech and here are my thoughts on how I feel Norwich and Broadland will benefit from new legislation planned this year.  

Taking care of the NHS

The state of our NHS is a subject that is brought up time and time again on the doorstep and I’d like to take this opportunity to clarify a few points.  

Lana's thoughts on Education

Before the election period is over, I would like to say a few words about teaching and schools in Norwich South.