Taking Southeastern to task at the Town Hall

Southeastern meetingPlease note this post is from my previous blog. To read my posts during the 2017 General Election campaign click here.

On Thursday I had the opportunity to ask some searching questions of Southeastern, as well as Network Rail and Transport for London, at a bumper councillors’ scrutiny meeting at Woolwich Town Hall.

Thanks in large part to lobbying from my colleague Cllr Matt Clare, the Conservative Transport Spokesperson in the Royal Borough, this meeting was arranged to enable councillors to hold Southeastern, in particular, to account over measures to improve the atrocious service local commuters receive. I’ve detailed the results of our questioning below. Continue reading Taking Southeastern to task at the Town Hall

Happy New Year! 4 months 4 days to go…

BBC Radio 5 LivePlease note this post is from my previous blog. To read my posts during the 2017 General Election campaign click here.

It was terrific to get back on the Greenwich & Woolwich campaign trail today after a lovely family Christmas and a chance to rest up (and catch up on 100s of emails!) in the run up to the New Year.  It’s going to be a busy one!   Continue reading Happy New Year! 4 months 4 days to go…

New ‘Sort it, Southeastern’ campaign

Sort It SoutheasternPlease note this post is from my previous blog. To read my posts during the 2017 General Election campaign click here.

Today I am launching a new consumer campaign – Sort It, Southeastern – to secure much-needed change in the atrocious service that commuters across Greenwich receive.

When I was selected as Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Greenwich and Woolwich back in July, I made championing the interests of frustrated Southeastern commuters in the constituency one of my first pledges in this campaign. Continue reading New ‘Sort it, Southeastern’ campaign