In this week's article for The Weston Mercury, John talks about the problems the local Ambulance Service have faced over the past few years, their journey getting back on track and the importance of ensuring that their response times continue to improve.
Hello and welcome to my website! I’m John Penrose, your local Member of Parliament for Weston-super-Mare. Please use this site to find out more about the work I’m doing for Weston, Worle and the villages and how to contact me should you need my help.
Weston's MP was among the guests as a town business celebrated a landmark anniversary this week...
Following John's raising of the issue in Parliament, the Government is considering digitising voter registration following a debate in the House of Commons, reports PublicTechnology.net.
Delaying voter registration reforms would create a "dangerous and rather silly" risk of increased fraud, John has told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
Weston's MP has supported the vital work of the Great Western Air Ambulance Charity at an event in Parliament this week. At the event John heard all about the charity's work, which this year has included attending 72 jobs in Weston.
The Local Government Chronicle reports on John Penrose's comments that digital voting is “intriguing” and “interesting” and yet concerning at the same time. The article also covers John's speech at a Policy Exchange event where he revealed seven election registration officers across the country who will be pioneering new ideas aimed at getting even more people onto the electoral register.
John Penrose and Jo Johnson have launched a national competition to mark the Queen’s birthday by awarding Regius Professorships to Universities.
John made a speech on his Vision for Electoral Registration at a Policy Exchange Event in the Houses of Parliament. The speech has been put into text form for easy reading here.
One of John's Election Pledges to his electorate "English votes for English laws" has been approved by the House of Commons. The new legislation gives English and Welsh MPs a fairer say over laws that affect only their constituencies and are on matters which have been devolved.
In his fortnightly column for the Weston Mercury, John talks about his few days at the Conservative Party Conference and how the hard left's attempt to take over the Labour Party shock things up a bit...
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