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Many of you will know that over the years I have raised safety concerns about the A 38, especially the section from Ivybridge to Marsh Mills which runs through my constituency. I have been energised each time by the sheer number of accidents and the time the road is blocked. In truth, the stretch

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There has been a lot of comment this week about thatphotograph –taken at the recent G7 meeting of world leaders, showing President Trump under pressure from the other 6, but looking like the stubborn teenager refusing to do his homework.

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I find Donald Trump a most distasteful man and cannot really believe that he is the best that the mighty USA can come up with. 

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This week we went down to Cornwall for four days with all the family, the first time we have done this since our kids became adults.

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You would think that after 26 years I had covered every inch of the constituency. Not so. Two weeks ago, I went to the open day being held by Hooe Point Sailing club, which is right at the very end of Barton Road, Hooe.

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We have reached the business end of the Brexit-saga. By October we need the final deal in place so that our Parliament and the EU Parliament has time to vote on it before the two year notice period triggered by article 50 expires.

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I was pleased to see the promotion of my good friend Sajid Javid to Home secretary this week. 

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This week I hosted a reception in Parliament for the Plymouth Manufacturing Group, who were celebrating their 40thanniversary.

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What kind of world do we want to build? One where our children (all children in every country) can live their lives in peace. How do we do that? Not, by appeasing tin-pot dictators using chemical weapons on their own people.

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It was a pleasure to be present at the Watermark in Ivybridge on Saturday to support the tenth anniversary celebrations of that building which has become the beating heart of that community.