Speeches in Parliament

“A rail service that works for no one!"

During Questions to the Prime Minister in the Commons Chamber this afternoon, the Member of Parliament for Lewes, Maria Caulfield ensured that the misery being faced by thousands of rail users and their family’s at the hands of Southern Rail & the RMT was acknowledged by the Prime Minister, T

Cross-channel human trafficking highlighted during Home Office Questions

On Monday, The Member of Parliament for Lewes, Maria Caulfield, asked the Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, what measures her Department are taking to stop migrants being stowed away on lorries using cross-channel ferries, like those crossing between Newhaven & Dieppe within the Members constituenc

Lewes MP queries decision on cancer drug funding

Cancer nurse, and Member of Parliament for Lewes, Maria Caulfield, has questioned a decision reached by the Department of Health not to fund second stem cell transplants for adults and children with blood cancers.

 

Lewes MP presents pension petition to Parliament

The Member of Parliament for Lewes, Maria Caulfield, this evening presented a petition, signed by hundreds of her constituents, to the Government, requesting an end to pension inequality being faced by thousands of women in the UK.

 

Lewes MP seizes opportunity to promote BML2

The Member of Parliament for Lewes, Maria Caulfield, today pushed forward the advantages of a second Brighton Main Line in a question to the Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling.

Lewes MP raises prison questions with Justice Minister

The Member of Parliament for Lewes, Maria Caulfield, today took part in Justice Questions within the Commons Chamber, when she asked Minister Sam Gyimah what the Government was doing to better resource prisons, like HMP Lewes, which were under a greater strain due to a surge in the number of pris