Welcome to my website.  Thank you for re-electing me as the MP for Old Bexley & Sidcup.  Bexley is my home and it is a privilege to serve this community. I will do my utmost to fulfil the renewed trust which has been placed in me.

James Brokenshire was elected as the Conservative Member of Parliament for Old Bexley & Sidcup in May 2010 with a majority of 15,857 and over 50% of the vote.  James lives in Bexley with his wife Cathrine and the couple’s three children.

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Keep up to date with all of James' speeches and contributions to debates in Parliament below (provided by theyworkforyou.com). You'll also find further details and information on James's work as your MP in Westminster.

In addition to being Member of Parliament for Old Bexley & Sidcup, James Brokenshire is also the Immigration Minister at the Home Office.  In this role he has responsibility for Government immigration policy, securing the UK's borders and operational oversight of the work of UK

Securing the future of Queen Mary’s Hospital in Sidcup has been one of my main priorities.  I’ve fought long for our local hospital after the last Labour government approved a plan to downgrade services creating years of crippling instability and uncertainty.

I’m pleased to have supported many new local businesses which are creating jobs and boosting the local economy. Since 2010 we’ve seen claims for unemployment benefit fall by a half.  We’ve gained from new shop openings and Sidcup has received a big boost with the

We rely on good train services into Central London.  I welcome the multi-million pound investment at London Bridge Station which will transform this key London interchange for journeys from Bexley Stations.  But punctuality and overcrowding on key commuter services


I’m pleased to have supported many new local businesses which are...
I am in no doubt about the importance of libraries as community...
The continued presence of the large rubbish pile at the old Waste 4...

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James Brokenshire has welcomed new figures which show the number...
Higher Education Minister, Jo Johnson MP, has underlined...
Bexley Council confirms plans to dispose of part of Old Farm...

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