One way and another, I have been involved in education all my life. That experience has helped me to make a real difference for local people during my five years as MP. Since 2010 I have visited dozens of local schools, hosted visits to Parliament by many more, and given work experience to local young people wherever I can.Read more
Healthcare in Herefordshire has been a huge priority for me as MP. It will continue to be if I am re-elected.Read more
Jesse Norman writes in the Hereford Times...
Transport is a serious local issue: too many potholes, too much traffic congestion in Hereford, not enough public transport, not enough good transport links either inside or outside the county. We must continue to address these problems.Read more
It has been a great honour to serve my constituents as the MP for Hereford and South Herefordshire over the past five years.
During that period the key priority has been to rescue the country from the disastrous effects of the financial crisis of 2008, and lower expenditures while preserving services.
Many people said that reducing spending would lead to a rise in crime. But in fact, the exact opposite has happened. Nationally, crime is at its lowest level since records began, meaning people are safer on the streets and in their home.Read more
Jesse Norman MP has welcomed the news that the Royal National College for the Blind has been awarded a major new contract by the Department of Work and Pensions. The £3 million Specialist Employability Support contract is designed to provide people who have a visual impairment with the skills, training and confidence to find permanent employment.Read more
This is a highly responsible and sensible Budget, and with some real wins for Herefordshire in particular.Read more
Jesse Norman cross examines Lord Grabiner QC on his report in to Bank of England Foreign Exchange Market Investigation.
Today in the House of Commons, Jesse Norman took the opportunity to tell the Prime Minister about Herefordshire's new technology and engineering university project - and urged him and the Chancellor to get behind it.Read more
There are now less than 100 days until the General Election on May 7th--as well as local Council elections in Herefordshire.Read more
Following a packed Westminster Hall debate in January, Jesse Norman was able to secure a three hour debate in the House of Commons chamber yesterday on the important topic of broadband and mobile coverage in rural areas.Read more