News

Staying Safe Online

James Brokenshire has launched the first stage of a new £4 million campaign to raise awareness of how to stay safe online.

Supporting Carers Week

James Brokenshire joined actress Lynda Bellingham to recognise the contribution that carers in Bexley make on a daily basis.  

Waitrose to Open in Sidcup

Waitrose will be coming to Sidcup and could be open for business by the end of August.  The food retailer confirmed their decision to James Brokenshire who says the news is a huge boost for the High Street and recognition of the strength of community support.

Autism Support

James Brokenshire has said a forthcoming Government review of the national autism strategy should be used as an opportunity to strengthen the services provided. 

Supporting the 'Taste of Kent'

James Brokenshire has given his support to a campaign to encourage people to buy locally produced food during a special reception at the House of Commons.

EU Referendum Bill Welcomed

James Brokenshire has said that the publication of draft legislation "puts beyond doubt" a Conservative commitment to hold a referendum on the EU after the next General Election. 

Local Policing Plan

James Brokenshire met the Bexley Borough Police Commander on Friday to discuss changes to local policing aimed at putting more officers on the front-line. 

Hospital Priorities

James Brokenshire has underlined the need to maintain progress with plans to strengthen Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup during a discussion with the new NHS Special Administrator responsible for hospitals in South East London.

Sidcup Political Discussion

James Brokenshire joined local Conservatives and visiting MPs at a half day political conference to debate current policy priorities.