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I respect the Archbishop of Canterbury very much and usually agree with his pronouncements. He has had a proper job in the oil industry before receiving the call into Christian ministry which took him rapidly to his senior position. A very good man. 

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It has been a difficult year for local farmers. The very long dry spell, almost of drought proportions, meant that the grass simply did not grow.

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The summer recess is over and Parliament has resumed, although only for two weeks, following which we will adjourn for the conference season. When we get back in October we will finally have to make a decision on Brexit. Yikes! More on that thorny subject in the weeks ahead.

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Two Fridays ago I went down to the jobcentre. Not because I fear a snap general election and losing my job, although given the febrile state of global politics – who knows?

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Are you sick of the Brexit debate – I know I am?Unfortunately this is going to shape our country for the next decade or more.

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In might have looked like a shambolic chaos to the outside world, but this week, our government and preparations for Brexit have taken a huge leap forward. The Prime Minister put on a commanding performance in the House on Monday, demonstrating that she has got her mojo back following our disastr

Celebrating Our Exceptional Local Teachers

It is always a good day in Westminster when constituents come to the House of Commons to be celebrated for the work they do or the contribution they make to their community.

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We have three secondary shopping centres in tis constituency:  Plymstock Broadway, Plympton Ridgeway and Ivybridge town centre (including Glanville’s Mill). At various times during my 26 years their fortunes have ebbed and flowed.