Articles

Raqqa, Syria

Last Friday, the curtain concealing the Syrian city of Raqqa was finally flung aside.  The devastated city was formally liberated by Syrian Democratic Forces, a coalition of militia factions, from the grip of Daesh, or Islamic State as the BBC still insists on calling them.

Universal Credit

Believe it or not, the vast majority of those amongst us in the Palace of Westminster are in politics because – yes - they genuinely want to make some kind of positive impact on the condition of lives.

Motor Neurone Disease

In 1963, the then Oxford student and theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking was given two years to live. He was diagnosed with motor neurone disease, that most callous and arbitrary of illnesses, which would gradually detach him from his body and organs, paralysing as it went.

Schools Funding

Quite understandably, given the vast morass of contradictory opinion and the diametrically opposed pronouncements of the Government and the Opposition, huge numbers of people are confused about school funding.

 

Better Broadband Subsidy Scheme

David Warburton MP Urges Rural Communities to Access the

Better Broadband Subsidy Scheme

 

 Broadband users with a download speed of less than 2Mbps can apply for Government subsidy

 

Addressing Frome and Radstock Area NFU

6th February 2017 – David Warburton, MP for Frome, today held a Q & A session for members of the National Farmers Union (NFU) in the Frome and Radstock district, addressing a wide range issues affecting the local farming industry including how farmers will be impacted by Britain’s exit from t

Good News for Somerset Schools’ Funding

 

 

David Warburton MP Welcomes Good News for Somerset Schools’ Funding

 

Government figures confirm Somerset will gain the second highest percentage rise in the country

 

Visiting Frome Delivery Office

News Release

2nd December 2016

DAVID WARBURTON MP THANKS LOCAL POSTMEN AND WOMEN AS THEY DELIVER A FIRST CLASS CHRISTMAS

David Warburton MP visited the Frome Delivery Office to thank local postmen and women for their hard work during Royal Mail’s busiest period