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Press Cuttings & Releases

John's team regularly provides the press with details about work he is doing on behalf of local people and for his role as Minister. In addition, John is mentioned in local and national papers on a daily basis. Below you will find John's press releases and a selection of articles that we have found online or been sent by our visitors. If we’ve missed something that you think should be included, please email Marc Aplin on  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Congresbury is ‘blazing a trail’ with new £2m village hall plan

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A new multi-million pound village hall has received the go-ahead and the trust behind the project has been praised by the area’s MP...


Congresbury Referendum Success....

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Congresbury have held their very own referendum lately and over 70% of locals who voted went with 'yes', they would like a brand new village hall...


MP Visits Thriving Social Enterprise

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The Weston Mercury reports on John's recent visited to Weston’s fast-growing social enterprise IN2GEAR to hear about the work they are doing to raise money for local people with disabilities...


North Somerset Times: MP secures better health care funding

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North Somerset has been awarded more Government funding for healthcare, which Weston’s MP says will stop the area being ‘overshadowed’ by Bristol.


Weston Mercury: Extra £10m for North Somerset’s healthcare

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The Weston Mercury reports on the new health care funding formula that John has fought for over many years, meaning Weston will no longer be looked at as the ‘poor relation’ to Bristol....


Ministers confirm big step towards John's up-not-out suggestions...

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Ministers have announced that strict limits on the height of houses could be axed under the biggest overhaul of Britain's planning laws for more than 70 years, matching suggestions John made in his up-not-out campaign.

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