Readers will know that the High Court has recently ruled that the Government cannot trigger Article 50, the formal two-year mechanism for leaving the EU, without a vote in Parliament. The case will come before the Supreme Court next month.Read more
In my six years as MP the well-being of our hospitals, and in particular the County Hospital in Hereford, has always been a paramount concern.Read more
Part of an MP's job is to try to spot problems before they arise.
Gazette readers will know that, as well as the hospital in Ross, I have always taken a very close interest in the County Hospital in Hereford.
Hereford MP Jesse Norman has called for an immediate halt and a full and open public discussion after learning of potential plans by the NHS to place the County Hospital and its parent the Wye Valley Trust under the control of the South Warwickshire Foundation Trust.Read more
Local MP Jesse Norman visited John Kyrle High School and Sixth Form recently to meet with business studies students.Read more
As I put finger to keyboard for this column the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham is in full swing.Read more
Hello again fellow Ross-Gazetteers! Sorry for the unscheduled break in service.Read more
Local MP Jesse Norman visited the Rolls-Royce factory in Derby this week.
As Minister for Industry and Energy, Jesse was keen to see one of the country’s most important engineering companies in action, and to discuss UK investment in aerospace with them.
I am delighted to be back on stand and writing this column again, after a brief summer hiatus.
After the It’s a Knockout! madness of July, the eagle-eyed readers of the Hereford Times will have detected one or two small changes in the political landscape during that period. Notably, a new government headed by a new Prime Minister.Read more
Is it The Tudors, or Game of Thrones? Julius Caesar or Macbeth? The national media have been obsessing over how best to describe events in Westminster over the past two weeks.Read more