Greg was delighted to meet with Superintendent Michael Loebenberg on Friday 10th January 2020. Superintendent Loebenberg serves as local Police Commander for Thames Valley Police across Aylesbury Vale.
On Friday 10th January 2020, Greg Smith MP joined other Buckinghamshire MPs Rob Butler, Steve Baker and Joy Morrissey, as well as Earl Howe at Stoke Mandeville Hospital to meet with Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, Buckinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group and Oxford Health NHS Trust.
Official independent jobs figures show that in the South East, there are now 4,657,861 people in work – meaning that, under the Conservatives, 465,522 more people have the security of a job and a wage.
Greg Smith has branded Labour’s plans to renationalise the energy system as an “ideological crusade that will leave people worse off”, in the light of new research showing that billpayers in the South East will be left with higher bills to pick up the tab.
A week ahead of polling day the Conservatives have unveiled their plan of action for the first 100 days of a majority Government – contrasting it with the gridlock and uncertainty that would follow the election of a hung parliament on the 12th December.
The Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, announced today (20/11/2019) that, if elected, a majority Conservative government will review as a priority the Oxford to Milton Keynes and M1 section of the proposed Oxford-Cambridge Expressway.