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Making Bexley Station more accessible

James Brokenshire has met with representatives from Network Rail to discuss plans to make Bexley Station more accessible, allowing disabled passengers and those with prams or luggage to use the station more easily.

Tackling legal highs

James Brokenshire has given his support to work by the Bexley Youth Council to highlight concerns over the use of legal highs, including Nitrous Oxide in Bexley.

483 Bexley families supported through Help to Buy

James Brokenshire has welcomed new figures showing that Help to Buy, the Government’s scheme to help people access an affordable mortgage with a small deposit, has helped 438 families to buy their own home in Bexley.

Queen Mary’s Cancer Centre hits the big screen

James Brokenshire has featured in a new video promoting the construction of the new Cancer Centre at Queen Mary’s Hospital which is currently being shown on the large screens at Bexleyheath Shopping Centre and online.

EBacc student numbers increase

James Brokenshire has welcomed news that more students in Old Bexley & Sidcup are studying the core academic subjects under the Government's EBacc programme, which will help them to get the best start in life.

New technology helps keep foreign criminals out of the UK

James Brokenshire has welcomed the successful conclusion of negotiations that will allow the UK access to vital European data on foreign terrorists, murderers and paedophiles, preventing those that could do us harm from entering Britain.

James to work to secure Blackfen Library

James Brokenshire has pledged to work with Bexley Council to pursue all options to secure continuing library services from Blackfen Library.