Chloe Smith
MP for Norwich North

News

Fit for Human Habitation campaign

Some constituents have contacted me via a Shelter campaign postcard to ask that I support the Fitness for Human Habitation Private Member’s Bill, which had its Second Reading on the floor of the Commons on 19th January 2018. I was not able  to be in the Chamber to vote on it, as I...

Reporting back: Carillion PLC

I wanted to share with you a letter I have recently received from David Liddington MP, Minister for the Cabinet Office, concerning the news that Carillion PLC is to enter into insolvency.  

Reporting Back: Secure Tenancies

I received a letter from the Minister of State for Housing and Planning recently, which informed me that the Government has introduced the Secure Tenancies (Victims of Domestic Abuse) Bill to the House of Lords. This is a really important Bill, which will require local authorities in England, whe...

Chloe Smith continues Brexit Roundtable series with Retail Sector

Chloe Smith, Member of Parliament for Norwich North, has continued her series of Brexit-themed roundtable meetings by taking part in a discussion with the local Retail Sector.   Chloe co-organised the roundtable discussion, hosted by intu Chapelfield, with members of the local retail sect...

Reporting Back: Homelessness and Rough Sleeping

I have recently received the following letter from Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, providing an update on the actions the Government is taking to tackle the serious issue of homelessness and rough sleeping.   The letter outlines a series o...

Think Pink and Blue Campaign

I am supporting the Think Pink and Blue Campaign, which is seeking to raise awareness of ovarian and prostate cancer. Please join me, and others in in turning Norwich pink and blue! To find out more, please visit: www.thinkpinkandblue.co.uk  

Drinkaware

     On Friday afternoon I joined Drinkaware at Asda Supermarket in Hellesdon to learn more about their campaign and to speak to local residents. January is often a time where people think about their health. For everyone doing Dry January or thinking about drinking less, I woul...

Reporting back: Consultation on accelerated university degrees

The Government has launched a consultation on accelerated degrees. New proposals for two-year accelerated degrees could leave students over £25,000 better off. I have included a letter from Jo Johnson MP, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation that provides more i...

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