My Week in Westminster - 11th May 2018

Wrote to the Prime Minister and the Home Secretary about the Windrush generation - I recognise the contribution that Commonwealth citizens, like the Windrush generation, have made to our country.

My Week in Westminster - 29th March 2018

Supported the Prime Minister’s Statement on the European Council - the Prime Minister updated the House on the most recent meeting at the European Council.

Loughborough Wellbeing Cafe needs your vote

Loughborough Wellbeing Centre are a charitable organisation established to provide help and support to local adults living with mental health challenges.

Nicky highlights underused travel scheme for jobseekers

Loughborough MP Nicky Morgan is highlighting a discount travel initiative designed to assist jobseekers in getting to interviews after it was revealed that take up of the scheme is considerably lower in Loughborough than most other parts of the country.

My Week in Westminster - 23rd March 2018

My office supported the East Midlands APPG meeting - this APPG brings together MPs of all parties who represent constituencies in the East Midlands to discuss regional matters and decide how best to work together to promote local causes in Parliament.

Values-driven Conservatism

Speech to Cicero Global delivered at the Law Society, London 8th March 2018 by Nicky Morgan MP

Good morning Ladies and Gentlemen.

It is great to see so many people here today.  Thank you to Iain and his team at Cicero for arranging this and to the Law Society for hosting.

My Week in Westminster - 16th March 2018

Supported the Spring Statement – I was pleased by the Chancellor’s balanced approach and that the Government has identified housing as an economic and social priority.

Virtual Ageing Well Event

On Saturday 10th March, working with Age UK Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland, I hosted an 'Ageing Well' event at the Schofield Centre in Loughborough.

My Week in Westminster - 9th March 2018

Wrote to Sarah Newton MP, Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work, about PIP assessments – a local provider raised their concerns with me about the difficulties faced by patients with mental health issues in applying for PIP and having their existing payments reviewed.

My Week in Westminster - 2nd March 2018

Chaired a Treasury Select Committee evidence session on household finances – last year, as Chair, I launched an inquiry into household finances which will look into whether households are saving adequately in the current economic environment, problematic and over-indebtedness, inter-generational