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Brandon meets local policing team

This was my first meeting with the local police team since my re-election. As a Home Office minister, I am particularly interested in crime and policing issues in the Great Yarmouth constituency.

Mercury Column - January 2020

Every dam eventually has to break. At the recent General Election, that dam broke spectacularly. It was so unexpected, most media experts and almost every politician had not anticipated something on this scale.

Answers demanded on rail failures

Along with other Norfolk MPs re-elected last week, I've joined demands that Greater Anglia provides answers to why their rail service continues to let down passengers in our county.

Back to work at Westminster

Today the House of Commons convened for the first time since the General Election. The first few days of a new parliament are dominated by administrative and procedural matters, such as electing a new Speaker of the House of Commons.

Brandon doubles majority at General Election

After a hard-fought General Election campaign, called to break the Brexit gridlock in the House of Commons, Great Yarmouth's Conservative candidate Brandon Lewis has emerged victorious after securing election for the fourth time.

27,000 election newspapers hit Great Yarmouth doormats

With less than three weeks to go until polling day in this important General Election, Brandon Lewis and the local Conservative team continue their campaign efforts in the Great Yarmouth constituency.

The country needs a General Election

Today, MPs will vote on holding an election on 12 December, so we can have a new functioning Parliament that can get Brexit done and let the country move on.