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Chloe Smith
Member of Parliament for Norwich North
 

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Britvic and Colman: Chloe Smith secures Defra support

Chloe Smith, MP for Norwich North, continued her work to support constituents affected by Britvic/Unilever announcements by meeting the Agriculture and Food Minister to discuss support available through his department.   Chloe met George Eustice MP, Minister of State for Agriculture, Fish...

Chloe Smith: Britvic and Unilever Update

Chloe Smith continues to work for a positive outcome for constituents employed at Britvic and Unilever in Norwich.   This week Chloe spoke with the Agriculture and Food Minister, George Eustice, to seek DEFRA’s influence on Unilever’s decision and to confirm what relevant may ...

Reporting back: Government announcements from 8th October

I wanted to report back to you with some highlights of the announcements the Government has made during the past week. I will keep you updated with more news as I receive it.   On Sunday 8th, Amber Rudd announced a new online hate crime hub to channel all reports of on...

Chloe Smith Reporting Back: Britvic/Unilever

  Chloe Smith has been working for a positive outcome for the people working at Britvic and Unilever in Norwich.   This week Chloe has spoken with the Department for Work and Pensions to make sure their Rapid Response service is available for the workforce of both companies if it ...

Reporting back: Contaminated Blood Scandal

I am passing on the news to update you about the ongoing work in relation to the contaminated blood scandal. The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health has recently submitted a written statement to the House outlining the Government’s plans for reform. I have worked hard to represen...

Catalan independence violence

  A number of constituents have contacted me regarding the independence movement in Catalonia.     The Kingdom of Spain is a close ally and good friend to the UK. The UK has been clear that questions relating to Catalonia are a matter for the Government and people of Spain. ...

Capping Energy Prices

Next week, the Government will publish a draft Bill to put a price cap on energy bills. Energy costs are 3-4 per cent for the average family, but can be up to 10 per cent or more for poorer households. Energy costs have risen around 150 per cent since 2004. In 2016 the Competition and Markets Aut...

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