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Let's Welcome President Trump

Nigel Evans, MP for the Ribble Valley, addressed US President Donald Trump’s latest action on travel restrictions.

Nigel Evans welcomes the Industrial Strategy

Nigel Evans, MP for the Ribble Valley, is looking forward to the launch of the new Industrial Strategy plan by Theresa May. The main objective of which is to enhance productivity and boost access to capital and subsequently lead to higher competitiveness and improved trade performance.

Nigel Evans calls for swift action on UK flooding inquiry

Nigel Evans, MP for the Ribble Valley has called for action on the inquiry looking into flooding in the UK. Nigel is still concerned about the impact of flooding on Ribble Valley from last year, and the risk of severe flooding reoccurring. Nigel stated:

Nigel delighted about UK trade deficit narrowing

Nigel Evans, MP for the Ribble Valley and Vice-chairman for the International Trade committee has welcomed the news about the UK trade deficit tightening by £3.8 billion, the highest figure since 1998.

Nigel Evans MP joins British Pub Week celebrations

Nigel Evans this week attended an event to celebrate British Pub Week.

The event was attended by MPs, peers, journalists, volunteers and individuals from the pubs sector and also Community Pubs Minister Andrew Percy to mark British Pubs Week.

Nigel Evans Hails the Winners of the Ribble Valley Business Awards

The MP for Ribble Valley, Nigel Evans, congratulates the winners of the Ribble Valley Business Awards on their achievement. He also thanks the volunteers at Enterprising People in the Ribble Valley for organising, judging and making the event a success.

Nigel criticises LCC over Service Closures

Nigel Evans MP criticised LCC recently over their decision to close Libraries and other services across the county, accusing them of playing political games.

Nigel Evans meets with Stranded Sabden Bus Users

Nigel Evans recently spoke to more than thirty local residents in Sabden on his Summer Surgery, who were expressing their views about the recent removal of the bus service, leaving the village stranded with no service at all.