Monday, 8 February 2016

My Week In Westminster

As the debate about the EU Referendum, which No 10 seems to indicate will be in June, hots up, I have been doing a good deal of national media on the subject. It does make me chuckle that as a female Conservative MP from the North East, I meet public broadcasting diversity targets at many levels! I had my first experience of the Today programme on Radio 4, which wasn't as scary as I had feared. The Daily Politics was actually quite fun!
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So, whilst all the activity which inevitably surrounds any election builds up, other equally important matters are building: I have been meeting with women born in the early 1950s who are being hit by the multiple pension age changes, part of the WASPI national campaign, with our first big debate in the House last week. Yesterday we gathered a core of ten ladies in Wooler to plan our local campaign efforts for the constituency. Whilst everyone agrees with the equalisation of pension age, there needs to be a solution found which reflects the reality for so many of these women, who did not pay enough National Insurance Contributions because in the 1960s and 70s there were still serious disparities in job equality, family roles and other areas which are- for my generation & those following- now thankfully confined to history.

If you are affected, or know someone who is, please ask them to email me directly and I can put them in touch with the campaign team.
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I am working closely with the forestry industry, and held a variety of meetings over the last week with tree nurseries & our supporters of the APPG on forestry, to drive forwards the critical agenda of increasing trees planted as part of the flooding reviews & work towards river basin catchment planning. I met with Minister Oliver Letwin to discuss the details of the Review and how we can make sure the North of England's voice & experience is properly heard.
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It was World Cancer Day on Thursday, and I was discussing with many charities how we can better drive treatment, early intervention and diagnosis. We still have very late identification of cancers, which of course reduces the chance of full recovery. I will be continuing to work on education & health, investment into more radiography kit & staff, and ensuring that the Department of Health maintains a focus through the National Clinical Lead on joined up thinking. We must try to help people to help themselves on medical matters which do not need hospital resources so that more of our taxes can go to cancer & other life-threatening treatment programmes.
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And as part of my personal challenge to visit all our schools this year, I stopped into Lowick First School on Friday to catch up with all their news. I also had the great pleasure of awarding prizes at the annual Northumberland's Finest Awards for young people's achievements through their youth groups across our county. We have wonderful teenagers doing extraordinary community activities despite some tough personal beginnings. The next generation are thriving! 
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Sunday, 24 January 2016

My Week In Westminster... Its still January!

As ever, the political world rushes on, jumping from one critical issue to another & journalists try to determine the agenda.

We have seen more tragic news about job losses at the steel works in Port Talbot, following on from Redcar last year. The challenges of EU energy pricing over several years, only now being addressed by the Government (this issue was one I battled on some years back when the now closed Alcan plant was being knocked by high energy costs); The challenge of China "dumping" steel into the EU at prices well below those of British production cost, for which our Government cannot so far persuade the EU to find a way to impose limits, or tarriffs, in order to protect national steel industries. This particular issue is but one, along with migration which we cannot determine, red tape & regulations which restrict British trade, the inability to make bilateral trade deals with non-EU countries, and environmental directives which have driven water management and farming practices which may be causing flooding impacts we are now seeing. The battle lines for the British people to consider the EU Referendum are being drawn.
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So amidst all the discussions about the EU and how Britain decides to move forwards, it was a joy to visit C.E.L.L., the social enterprise based in Lynemouth which is developing two amazing businesses in Weave, and kenspeckle.co.uk. The former makes costumes for shops like Hamleys, the latter fabulous chocolate & toffee for customers from Selfridges to Fortnum & Mason. We are harbouring great talent & potential in Northumberland and I was honoured to meet some of those who have committed so much time & energy to building these businesses up and are providing skilled work for many local people.
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I have been meeting with many more specialists in the mental health arena, from regional clinical directors to psychiatrists specialising in military veterans care. The Motor Neurone Disease Association held a big rally at Westminster and I have been challenging Ministers to ensure that the National Director for Neurological Diseases is maintained in the new framework to ensure medical resources into early care are there for sufferers. So much of all this is about early intervention- not necessarily the best part of what our NHS does. I shall keep on at them!
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On the finance side I have met with the Institute of Chartered Accountants, whom I trained with a very long time ago! They are a great sounding board for some of my financial policy ideas which I will be putting to the Chancellor in the run up to the budget. Shy bairns get nowt.
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Localy news that the Alnwick Schools Partnership has all been approved is good news, but we are not yet fully on top of flooding support for farmers in North Northumberland affected by the build up of water from the 3 storms over Christmas. I am working with County Hall & Ministers to get the best deal for our farmers.
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Hot off the press: In the last 48 hours farmers are telling me that their Single Farm Payments are at last coming through. If you still haven't received yours do contact me.
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Monday, 11 January 2016

My Week In Westminster : the New Year begins.


There is nothing like the first day back after the Christmas holidays - to work, to school, or even to the House of Commons, to bring you back down to earth with a bump! Our first day back on Tuesday was going to be sitting until 10pm (normal Monday schedule), but because the Speaker granted 4 statements from Departments, the business of the day, the third reading of the Housing & Planning Bill, didn't kick off until nearly 8pm, with 6 hours of debate ensuring our last vote of the evening at 2am

The upside of these rather strange late night sittings is that you get the chance to have a proper discussion with colleagues on matters of importance, and the EU Referendum and my publicly declared position of supporting the Leave campaign (http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/politics/article4655773.ece), because I don't believe we have asked for meaningful reform and therefore can't expect to get it, was the topic with colleagues.

Away from the EU debate, a good deal of my week was then spent preparing for my debate in Westminster Hall on the Armed Forces Covenant Report - we had the opportunity to look at how the Government is doing to empower departmental change, but also a national consciousness, to "think Armed Forces Covenant" in all that we do in our daily lives. I hope very much that this has provided a starting point for the House to tackle this in the months and years ahead in a wide public discussion. You can watch the whole debate at http://parliamentlive.tv/event/index/e8ebe5b8-9139-48c2-870a-55ba86ad7736

The All Party Parliamentary Group on the Armed Forces Covenant, which we set up just before Christmas & which I chair, will be reporting on areas such as the Corporate & Community Covenants, the Fighting Fit report and how well supported veterans and their families are in practise across the UK.

In my role as a member of the PAC, we went to Oxford on Wednesday to visit the Major Projects Leadership Academy- this is where senior civil servants go to gain the right skills to manage some of our most complex Government projects, from HS2 to Hinckley Point. We had the chance to hear from some of the world's leading academics on how well the UK does, in terms of value for money as well as other outputs.  It was fascinating to hear from them what their perfect project trajectory looked like... Not one which starts with politicians' vision without detailed work-up first! 

Constituency day on Friday started with an excellent meeting with some of our farmers (this is a regular gathering so that we can keep in contact on key issues). The dreaded Single Farm Payment system has proved it still doesn't work, with payments made in December only for very small holdings, and none of those at the meeting having received their SFP. I led a report on this with the PAC before Christmas, and I am appalled that all the warm words given to us by DEFRA officials that the vast majority would have received payments by Christmas have proved unfounded. Is it any wonder that farmers have no confidence in the department charged with supporting them? Much work to do here in raising expectations & pushing DEFRA to get effective computer systems up & running. But first to ensure that my Northumbrians farmers don't continue to be the "bank of Government" by picking up endless bank charges & interest payments on overdrafts caused by slow SFP payments. Stock has to be fed through the winter, equipment has to be serviced, and all those bills have to be paid.
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There is nothing like the first day back after the Christmas holidays - to work, to school, or even to the House of Commons, to bring you back down to earth with a bump! Our first day back on Tuesday was going to be sitting until 10pm (normal Monday schedule), but because the Speaker granted 4 statements from Departments, the business of the day, the third reading of the Housing & Planning Bill, didn't kick off until nearly 8pm, with 6 hours of debate ensuring our last vote of the evening at 2am

The upside of these rather strange late night sittings is that you get the chance to have a proper discussion with colleagues on matters of importance, and the EU Referendum and my publicly declared position of supporting the Leave campaign (http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/politics/article4655773.ece), because I don't believe we have asked for meaningful reform and therefore can't expect to get it, was the topic with colleagues.

Away from the EU debate, a good deal of my week was then spent preparing for my debate in Westminster Hall on the Armed Forces Covenant Report - we had the opportunity to look at how the Government is doing to empower departmental change, but also a national consciousness, to "think Armed Forces Covenant" in all that we do in our daily lives. I hope very much that this has provided a starting point for the House to tackle this in the months and years ahead in a wide public discussion. You can watch the whole debate at http://parliamentlive.tv/event/index/e8ebe5b8-9139-48c2-870a-55ba86ad7736

The All Party Parliamentary Group on the Armed Forces Covenant, which we set up just before Christmas & which I chair, will be reporting on areas such as the Corporate & Community Covenants, the Fighting Fit report and how well supported veterans and their families are in practise across the UK.

In my role as a member of the PAC, we went to Oxford on Wednesday to visit the Major Projects Leadership Academy- this is where senior civil servants go to gain the right skills to manage some of our most complex Government projects, from HS2 to Hinckley Point. We had the chance to hear from some of the world's leading academics on how well the UK does, in terms of value for money as well as other outputs.  It was fascinating to hear from them what their perfect project trajectory looked like... Not one which starts with politicians' vision without detailed work-up first! 

Constituency day on Friday started with an excellent meeting with some of our farmers (this is a regular gathering so that we can keep in contact on key issues). The dreaded Single Farm Payment system has proved it still doesn't work, with payments made in December only for very small holdings, and none of those at the meeting having received their SFP. I led a report on this with the PAC before Christmas, and I am appalled that all the warm words given to us by DEFRA officials that the vast majority would have received payments by Christmas have proved unfounded. Is it any wonder that farmers have no confidence in the department charged with supporting them? Much work to do here in raising expectations & pushing DEFRA to get effective computer systems up & running. But first to ensure that my Northumbrians farmers don't continue to be the "bank of Government" by picking up endless bank charges & interest payments on overdrafts caused by slow SFP payments. Stock has to be fed through the winter, equipment has to be serviced, and all those bills have to be paid.
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Monday, 7 December 2015

My Week in Westminster: from Syria to Amble


The last fortnight has been intense at many levels, from the Security & Defence Strategic Review (SDSR) to the Comprehensive Spending Review(CSR), from the vote on extending bombing into Syria to the dramatic floods in Cumbria & Northumberland.

From a North Northumberland perspective, the CSR gave us great steps to help our patch develop, with the approval for an Enterprise Zone in Berwick itself, and Powers of Competence for Northumberland National Park. I was personally pleased that the Chancellor showed he had listened to my concerns about tax credits & getting a lower-tax, higher-wage, lower-welfare environment by rationalising tax credits with universal credit over the next two years rather than trying to make short term & confusing changes now. 

Amble has been rewarded for its fantastic development efforts, winning The Great British High Street's "Best Coastal High St" award! I was so pleased to be able to join Amble Business Club & Development Trust ladies at the awards ceremony in Whitehall on Monday.

I have had a lot to consider in terms of voting matters.  The vote on Syria has dominated, and it generated a lot of correspondence from constituents - most was honest & considered dialogue, but in the four days running up to the vote, I was sent a number of aggressive & threatening emails and social media comments which required a firm hand. I am well experienced at being the butt of offensive commentary (being a Conservative in the north east is sometimes akin to being a funfair coconut shy!) but some of this stuff was really unpleasant, ignorant, rude & threatening. I am considering publishing it all alongside my responses, in the spirit of transparency & honesty that these Momentum and Stop The War campaigners don't seem to follow themselves.

I have also been closely involved in two private members bills:
 -the first one calling on Government to mandate First Aid Education in Schools. This was talked out by some MPs who are encouraged to stop progress of PMBs. This was a very depressing experience, especially because whilst there may be some challenges for schools in how they do this, the potential life & cost-savings as far as the department of health is concerned are enormous. You can read my contribution to the debate at http://www.theyworkforyou.com/debates/?id=2015-11-20a.984.0&s=speaker%3A25439#g1003.0

- the second PMB was on Pavement Parking regulations, in conjunction with the Guide Dogs, RNIB & many others. We have made some progress with Government now willing to hold roundtable talks to review best practice & assess the complexities of present regulations. It is possible to make progress with departmental support.

The week ahead brings new challenges- a vote on the Prum Convention (EU DNA data sharing) & Rapporteuring on our Public Accounts Committee hearing on failings by DEFRA on the CAP programme. Both of these issues have direct & detrimental impacts on my constituents. 

And in case you hadn't realised, it's only 18 sleeps 'til Christmas!

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Monday, 23 November 2015

My Week In Westminster- Voting to go to war?


It has always been the issue of greatest concern to me if I got elected: that I would become responsible for voting about whether we should send our troops into harms' way and take our great nation to war.

As I stood at the Remembrance services two weeks ago, I contemplated again that so many of our young people have gone to war to defend our nation & our values, and have made the ultimate sacrifice. That around the globe today, British armed forces are protecting our assets, saving lives through humanitarian programmes, and teaching other armies to build skills to defend their own nations.

As part of trying to become much better educated on this, in case I ever have to vote, I joined the Armed Forces Parliamentary Scheme and have been visiting bases around the UK, from HMS Faslane in Scotland, to RAF Boulmer in Northumberland, to detailed briefings at Shrivenham from Chiefs of Staff of all services and Joint Command.

I am now much reassured that all our Armed Forces personnel are extraordinarily well trained, committed and keen to put all that into action to protect their country and serve the Queen. 

So now the question remains, when is it right to take our nation to war, putting it at risk of reprisal, of attack, of threat to civilian lives at home?

And the answer comes back to me more clearly every day - if the values and freedoms we hold dear, that all those Great War and WW2 troops fought for, are put under threat, then it is the Government's first duty to protect our people, our interests & the future of our ideals.

MPs are likely to have to vote in the coming weeks on whether to join other nations already committed to the Syrian battlespace, to extend our commitment to beating the Daesh-ISIL terrorists who are trying to create a Caliphate across Iraq and Syria. These people want to eradicate modern Western ideals of freedom of thought, speech and action, of womens' rights. They want to return societies to a pre-Enlightement world where a repressive religious State controls every aspect of our lives.

This is not a vision which I could ever find acceptable, and therefore I am reaching the inevitable, but no less difficult, decision that the right thing to do would be to give my assent to our Government sending our armed forces to fight Daesh-ISIL, not only in Iraq as we are doing already, but wherever these terrorists are in the world, including Syria. Our RAF personnel are already deploying over Iraqi soil, but at the moment we stop "at the border" with Syria. 

Under an international UN-backed framework, nations who want to ensure our values, must fight together to eliminate those terrorist groups who threaten our modern world, intent on destroying freedom of thought & action which we have all built up - the victory of modern freedoms protected by long fought-for laws of equality for women & minorities, for all peaceful religious groups and for those of no faith at all. 

As that great Frenchman Francois-Marie Voltaire wrote in 1770:
"Monsieur l'abbé, I detest what you write, but I would give my life to make it possible for you to continue to write."

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Monday, 9 November 2015

My Week In Westminster


An extended Indian summer turned to Autumn with a vengeance on Sunday as our towns & villages commemorated our war dead at services across the county. I was honoured to be laying wreaths in Berwick and Alnwick to remember all those from North Northumberland who have given their lives to ensure our freedom: so that we can sleep peacefully & securely in our beds at night.

I have always felt strongly about Remembrance, and as a new MP I am also acutely conscious of my responsibility in deciding whether to vote to send troops to war. What has struck me this year, as I meet many armed forces personnel, is that they are not too bothered by who their changing political masters are, because they fight for Queen & Country.

One former soldier said to me this weekend that, during his tours in Iraq & Afghanistan, he knew he was there for good reasons; not necessarily those given by the then  Prime Minister Mr Blair, but because he was putting his life at risk for his Queen, as he knew she would do for him.

And as we sang the second verse of the National Anthem at the Alnwick Memorial yesterday, those words reinforced that wise & reflective soldier's view:

May She defend our laws,
And ever give us cause,
To sing with heart & voice,
God save the Queen.

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Much of the rest of my week has been spent getting to grips with the threat to our Jus-Rol factory's future in Berwick, as their US owners consider whether to shut it. I battled with closed doors until eventually we got the head of General Mills UK's attention and he was gracious enough to come and meet with me at the House of Commons. We now have communications, and the Business Minister has been hugely helpful in getting her regional team into action quickly so that we can assess what options are available for the site & workforce.

I met with some of the employees on Friday and we will be hosting another employee meeting next Sunday afternoon at the Guildhall.
This is going to be a tough fight, but I will leave no stone unturned to try to find a going concern solution.

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I was so pleased that, following a call for help from my constituent Sarah Pape, one of the UK's leading burns specialists, to get UK help to burns victims of the Romanian nightclub fire in Bucharest, I was able to ask a PMQ on Wednesday to that effect. (http://www.teamtrevelyan.co.uk/news/berwick-mp-has-pmq)

I can report that last night a NATO flight landed with 9 patients who will receive world-leading treatment in several of our UK burns units. So proud of our humanitarian support which can be put into action so effectively in times of crisis like this. But even prouder of our very own Sarah who led by example and went to the disaster itself to offer her skills. 

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Monday, 2 November 2015

My Week in Westminster


My Week in Westminster
Key issues debated in the House of Commons last week included a cross party amendment calling for the scrapping of VAT on sanitary products, & in the House of Lords the rejection of the statutory instrument on tax credit reform, sending the Treasury team back to the drawing board on how to make savings in the welfare bill. 

The Labour amendment was asking for the Government to attempt to get a change in policy of VAT on sanitary products, which I wholeheartedly support and which is why I put my name to the amendment. These sorts of amendments are aimed at helping ministers progress on areas of policy, in this case the Finance Bill.

During the course of the debate, I and many others, male & female, from all sides of the House, raised with the Finance Minister David Gauke MP this key anomaly which British women believe should be changed.

The reality is that when British voters decided to join the EEC in 1975, Great Britain gave up control of its VAT rules, at which point sanitary products were listed as luxury goods under existing British sales tax laws.

The only way we could now both (a) reclassify sanitary products as essentials, rather than luxury goods, and (b) be able to zero-rate these products which are presently VAT-able, is for us to get a unanimous agreement from all 28 EU states to let us do those two things, via something called a derogation.

And I am pleased to say that the Minister listened to us all, and has agreed to go to the EU states and ask for their support to give us this freedom. Because he agreed to do this, the amendment was no longer needed- he had agreed to implement what we jad asked for.

I will be following closely how the Minister makes progress on this, and if he cannot get unanimous agreement I will call on the UK government to unilaterally alter this luxury goods listing to essential and zero rate it without EU approval. In reality this is one of so many issues over which we have given up sovereign control. It may well be that in the end, if other EU countries won't support us then we will have to Vote to Leave the EU and get back control over our taxes, borders & trade.

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I have received a huge postbag on the tax credit reforms & I have had lots of concerned messages so thought I would set out where we are and my views on it all.

Firstly to explain that the Statutory Instrument which will change the level for working tax credits was voted through on 15th September, and I supported the Government. This week there was also a Labour motion which was a non-binding Labour Party motion to oppose all reform to Tax Credits. I absolutely do not support this view - we must sort out the tax credits system.

The reality is that when Gordon Brown started on his tax credit programme in 1999, designed to encourage a low wage economy & voter reliance on Government top-ups, the expectation was that this would cost the Treasury some £1.5bn per year. Last year they cost us £29.5bn. This is clearly both unsustainable and wrong - Brown's policy has left families limiting their working hours for fear of loss of tax credits, and employers paying low wages for a hard day's graft with the strange false limit at 16 hours per week limit for many.

This disruptive work subsidy has limited the ability of employees to work as they would like. Our tax credit reforms, as part of a wide package of reforms, will get our economy back onto a healthier footing.

Our reforms package includes:

The increase in free childcare to 30 hours per week will mean that parents can work more hours without additional costs;

The increase in the personal tax allowance to £12,500 by 2020 means people can earn more before having to start paying income tax;

The new Living Wage of £7.20 for over-25s from April 2016 will ensure employers are paying fair wages - the Living Wage will rise to £9 by 2020.

The challenges we will have as the reforms kick in through 2016 is real, and many Conservative colleagues & I have raised this with ministers. But my biggest worry is that the Labour Party are trying to create panic amongst those who presently receive various tax credits, and causing huge anxiety for many, without offering anything constructive at all.

As a practical person and accountant, I want tools to be able to support families who are concerned about these reforms.

I have therefore this week asked ministers & officials to set up an income calculator on the lines of the existing HMRC calculator to help me, as an MP, and others to work out what the changes in the round will mean to an individual set of circumstances, and indicate how many more hours a week one might need to find under the new framework to mitigate the reduction of working tax credits.

I will be chasing Ministers on this proposal until we have tools to understand the reforms person by person, business by business, and to stop Corbyn's scare campaign from creating unnecessary worry to many.

I am committed to working night and day for every one of my constituents, and helping make these reforms work for the taxpayer alongside mitigating the effects of these reforms where necessary. 

If you have personal anxieties please do get in touch directly with all your details.

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Other events last week included more lobbying to get Government to consider first aid education in schools - a no-brainer as far as I am concerned, since prevention is always better than cure.

I had a variety of meetings with mental health organisations as well as continuing to build on plans to get a firm & equal footing for palliative care funding within the NHS.

The news of General Mills' plan to shut the Jus-Rol factory hit on Friday and I have been starting to get every potential supporter and advisor on board over the weekend.

I will keep you updated on this as the coming week progresses.

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Anne-Marie Trevelyan MP 21a Hotspur Bondgate Without Alnwick, Northumberland NE66 1PR United Kingdom 
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