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Diary - the reason to bomb

The day was always going to be interesting, with the Prime Minister due to make a Statement on her decision to bomb Syria. Due to other parliamentary matters, Mrs May did not enter the Chamber until about 1615.

Blog - they continue to disrespect the democratic vote

YET again, diehard Remainers are attempting to overturn the biggest single vote in this nation’s history. MPs Anna Soubry and Chuka Umunna, in particular, are spearheading a new, cross-Party campaign to put Mrs May’s final Brexit agreement to the people - again.

Statement - UK air strikes in Syria

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Last night British, French and American armed forces conducted co-ordinated and targeted strikes to degrade the Syrian Regime’s chemical weapons capability and deter their use.

Diary - new marine engineering company at the Port

A visit to Portland Port was in the diary today, but before I got there I dropped in again on the former soldier, whose home is being refurbished to meet his disabilities. A site visit with all the contributors had been planned and when I got there at 0940 the house was full of people.

W2W - an Englishman's home is his castle

AN Englishman’s home is his castle, and long may that be the case in the UK.

A recent tragic case has highlighted why it is so important that people can act in self- defence when they or their loved ones believe their lives are in danger.

W2W - Home Invasion

AN Englishman’s home is his castle, and long may that be so in the UK.

A recent tragic case has highlighted why it is so important that people can act in self- defence when they or their loved ones believe their lives are in danger.

Diary - flood concerns at Ridge

First stop this morning was Weymouth. I was there to meet Claudia Webb, who is now running Weymouth Bid. She is doing an outstanding job and rightly reviewing what has gone before. She has many sound ideas and I support her completely. Also at the meeting was the new towncentre manager Ed Warr.

Announcement - The Serious Violence Strategy

Today, the Home Secretary Amber Rudd, will launch the Serious Violence Strategy setting out a multi-million pound commitment to steer young people away from crime and tackling violent drug-dealing gangs, building a more caring society.