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Chloe Smith
MP for Norwich North
 

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Prime Minister's statement following attack in Westminster

Prime Minister Theresa May said: I have just chaired a meeting of the Government’s emergency committee, COBRA, following the sick and depraved terrorist attack on the streets of our capital this afternoon. The full details of exactly what happened are still emerging. But, having been u...

Spring Budget 2017

This piece has been prepared by Chloe Smith’s office during her absence on maternity leave. Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, today laid his budget before the House of Commons.  It was a particularly important moment in Parliament as this is the last Spring Budget the Ch...

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Getting on with Brexit- voting in Parliament to begin the exit

Parliament is dealing with a bill which will give the government the power to exit the EU.  I have interrupted my maternity leave to vote for this bill because I think it’s so important.  Brexit is now the central issue of our times and I was determined to play my part in upholding t...

Chloe Smith interrupting maternity leave to vote for Article 50

Chloe Smith, MP for Norwich North, will interrupt her maternity leave to support the Government in passing a Bill to invoke Article 50 and leave the EU. She says: "Brexit is now the central issue of our times. So, I'll be there voting for this crucial Bill to uphold the democratic res...

Merry Christmas from Chloe Smith MP

2016 has been an eventful year for the country and the world, and as we approach Christmas I wish everyone a peaceful break and a prosperous 2017.   I'm looking forward to my first Christmas as a family. My husband Sandy and I are really enjoying the arrival of our baby son Alastair a...

Norwich City Council Budget Consultation

Last week, Norwich City Council opened their online consultation, consulting on their budget for the 2017-2018 financial year. The consultation is open for residents of the Norwich City Council area to take part in. The consultation allows residents to tell the Council what matters most to t...

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