Stone's Conservative MP, Sir Bill Cash, attended a Westminster Hall debate on the 22nd November, titled ‘Future of UK's canals and waterways', largely expressing serious concerns over the future funding contribution by Defra to Canal & River Trust, which maintains and manages the canals in St
"I strongly called for unity in the Conservative Party in a leading article recently. Rishi Sunak wants unity, as does everyone else in the Conservative Party. The events of the last few weeks have demonstrated great disunity.
I returned to Westminster, after the dreaded news, from our home at Upton Cressett in Shropshire, having this morning tolled our Hanover bell, struck in 1701 to respect the Act of Succession. I struck it 96 times in respectful memory of Her Majesty.
Sir Bill Cash MP was delighted to plant a tree to mark the Queen’s upcoming Platinum Jubilee. Sir Bill was pleased to join with other Staffordshire MPs in this initiative. This means that all twelve Staffordshire constituencies will have a tree planted by their MP in honour of the Queen.
Below is an email sent by Sir Bill Cash MP on Monday 28th June to the office of Temporary Chief Constable Emma Barnett and copied to the office of Mr Ben Adams, Staffordshire Commissioner for Police, Fire and Rescue, Crime
Dear Chief Constable Barnett,
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