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Nigel Evans Slams Cuts to Police Counters

It has been revealed that 10 police stations in Lancashire, including Clitheroe, are in line to lose their counter staff by next January. The removal of counter staff essentially means affected police stations will not have their doors open for general public enquiries.

 

Nigel Evans Presses Europe to Review Tower Block Regulations

Nigel Evans, MP for the Ribble Valley, speaking at the Council of Europe on Monday 26 June urged the council to bring the issue of Grenfell Tower, where 79 people are currently known to have died following a fire on a high-rise flat, to the forefront of the agenda.

 

Life in Parliament - By Ikenna Henry Onyebuchi

My name is Ikenna Henry Onyebuchi, I am an Old Stonyhurst boy that graduated from Stonyhurst College in 2016; now I am a first year law student at the University of Exeter.  On Monday 19th of June 2017, I started a work experience placement at the House of Commons for a week.

Nigel Evans Urges Common Sense Approach for 'Brexpats'

One of the burning issues during the Brexit negotiations is the reciprocal rights of UK citizens living in the EU, and EU citizens living in the UK. Nigel Evans, MP for the Ribble Valley, has been extremely active on this important matter.

Nigel Evans praises Queen's Speech

At 11:30am on Wednesday the 21st of June 2017, Parliamentarians experienced a visit from the Queen to deliver the Queen’s speech. This traditional practice, which takes place at the state opening of Parliament holds much political significance.

Nigel Speaks Up in Parliament for the LGBT Community

Nigel Evans, MP for the Ribble Valley, has spoken in the House of Commons to raise awareness for issues faced by the LGBT community. Mr Evans paid tribute to the fact that the British Parliament has more openly gay members than anywhere else in the world.