Simon Kirby, the Member of Parliament for Brighton Kemptown, has given his full backing to the Breast Cancer Campaign to support them with their ambition of overcoming breast cancer by 2050.
Simon Kirby, the Member of Parliament for Brighton Kemptown, was pleased to attend the PinkNews Awards ceremony in Westminster yesterday.
Simon Kirby, the Member of Parliament for Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven, has today written to Southern Railway and Thameslink to urge them to speed up compensation claims under the ‘Delay Repay’ Scheme after being contacted about the issue by constituents.
Simon Kirby, the Member of Parliament for Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven, has today welcomed news that Big Society Capital’s planned investment of £14.5 million has allowed Charity Bank to increase its lending to social organisations by 220% over the last year.
Simon Kirby, Member of Parliament for Brighton Kemptown, has written to the Interim Director of NHS England (Surrey and Sussex), regarding the future of the Eaton Place surgery in his constituency.
Simon Kirby, the Member of Parliament for Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven, has backed further Government measures to tackle FGM.
Saltdean Lido CIC has obtained a grant of £439,800 from the Social Investment Business (SIB) who manages funds on behalf of the Department of Communities and Local Government. The funding has been allocated to restore the main swimming pool
Simon Kirby, Member of Parliament for Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven, will today support the amendments to the Recall Bill in the name of Zac Goldsmith MP to give even more powers to residents to recall MPs.
Simon said: “I am always conscious of the fact that I am accountable to the residents of Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven and one of the biggest problems facing us is the breakdown in trust in politicians and political parties.
The first meeting of the East Sussex A27 reference group met today bringing together MPs and local council leaders who want to see significant improvements to the A27 between Lewes and Polegate.
The meeting, chaired by Kemptown and Peacehaven MP Simon Kirby, agreed that an offline dual carriageway between Lewes and Polegate would offer the most effective way of improving journey times, reliability and safety.
Simon Kirby, the MP for Brighton and Kemptown and Peacehaven, has welcomed news that the redevelopment of the Royal Sussex County Hospital will not be a project under the terms of the Private Finance Initiative (PFI).