I am delighted to have been re-elected as the Conservative Member of Parliament for South Leicestershire, at the 2017 British General Election. I was honoured to have been initially elected to serve the constituency in 2015, and look forward to the work ahead in the 2017 Parliament.
During my initial two years as the MP, I worked hard to raise local issues in Parliament, ensuring that South Leicestershire had a strong and representative voice in Westminster. I often held meetings with Ministers or held debates in Parliament on issues affecting my constituents including raising the proposed development of a new prison at Glen Parva to a debate in the House of Commons about Magna Park. Having been re-elected, I look forward to continuing this, and working closely with constituents and stakeholders in the interest of South Leicestershire.
I am particularly proud to be the first South Leicestershire MP to open a dedicated Parliamentary Office in the heart of the Constituency. The office helped hundreds of individual constituents, families, local schools, businesses and charities. It serves as a focal point for the constituents of South Leicestershire and ensured strong democratic ties between local people and Parliament.
I will continue to work hard for the people of South Leicestershire, raise local issues at the highest levels of Government and prioritise the concerns of constituents, in order to ensure that their voices are heard and their views taken into account when government decisions are being made.
Whether you voted for me or not, I promise to continue to champion, represent and speak for you and South Leicestershire in Parliament.
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