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Marriage Reform Proposals Discussion

James Brokenshire will join church leaders and parishioners from Bexley Village on Thursday evening to talk through current Government proposals to allow same sex marriage.  The Old Bexley & Sidcup MP had been invited to discuss the plans which are currently subject to public consultation and listen to the views of local church members.

Waitrose executives pressed to put Sidcup store plans back on track

James Brokenshire has urged Waitrose to think again over its decision to pull out of opening a new store on Sidcup High Street. The local MP joined Bexley Council Leader, Cllr Teresa O'Neill and her Cabinet colleague Cllr Linda Bailey to lobby Waitrose executives during a meeting at the foodstore's central London offices in Victoria.

Olympic Sailing Visit

Minister for Crime and Security James Brokenshire has visited Weymouth and Portland to see how security plans are developing ahead of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Weymouth and Portland will host the sailing events during this summer’s Games and is the largest venue outside of London.

Olympic Sailing Visit

Minister for Crime and Security James Brokenshire has visited Weymouth and Portland to see how security plans are developing ahead of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Weymouth and Portland will host the sailing events during this summer’s Games and is the largest venue outside of London.

Strengthening the fight against serious crime

James Brokenshire has welcomed new proposals to step up the fight against organised crime with the creation of a new National Crime Agency (NCA). The details were published in a new Crime and Courts Bill which will be considered by Parliament shortly.

Strengthening the fight against serious crime

James Brokenshire has welcomed new proposals to step up the fight against organised crime with the creation of a new National Crime Agency (NCA). The details were published in a new Crime and Courts Bill which will be considered by Parliament shortly.

Strengthening the fight against serious crime

James Brokenshire has welcomed new proposals to step up the fight against organised crime with the creation of a new National Crime Agency (NCA). The details were published in a new Crime and Courts Bill which will be considered by Parliament shortly.