Westminster News

Anne Main MP meets with Aviation Minister on Luton noise

Yesterday in Parliament, Anne Main MP held a meeting with Aviation Minister, Baroness Sugg and several of her constituents about Luton airport noise. Anne was also joined at the meeting by Bim Afolami MP and some of his constituents from Hitchin and Harpenden.

Anne Main MP campaigns for school funding debate in Parliament

Today in Parliament, St Albans MP Anne Main presented her application to hold a debate in
the House of Commons on school funding. Mrs Main previously held a debate in the smaller
Westminster Hall chamber on this issue and today made the case for it to be debated on the

BREXIT STATEMENT

22nd January 2019

Following last week’s votes in Parliament on the Withdrawal Agreement and the subsequent vote of no confidence, I think it is important that I set out for my constituents why I voted in the way I did.

Anne Main MP calls for business rate review in pubs debate.

On Tuesday, Anne Main MP held a debate in Parliament to argue for the revision of the business rates system that affects small businesses on the high street. This important debate is part of Anne’s longstanding campaign to stand up for the pubs and small businesses of St Albans.

Anne Main MP Report

Dear Constituent,

I would like to wish you a happy New Year and I hope you enjoyed a peaceful Christmas. The year has flown by with so much happening in our country and across the world.

More money needed for our schools, says Anne Main MP

Yesterday in Parliament, St Albans MP Anne Main led a debate on school funding. Mrs Main called the debate and made the opening speech on an important issue. Anne’s speech pressed for more money to go into education ahead of the Chancellor’s budget next week.

Thameslink fiasco must not be repeated, says Anne Main MP

Yesterday in Parliament Anne Main met with rail minister, Jo Johnson for an update on Thameslink services from St Albans. The St Albans MP shared the concerns of many of her constituents about the possible delays that could be caused by further planned timetable changes in December.

Parliament needs British Bangladeshi Tory MP, says Anne Main MP

St Albans MP Anne Main has said she would like to see a British Bangladeshi Conservative MP in the House of Commons. Mrs Main, who is president of the Conservative Friends of Bangladesh, was speaking at the CFoB’s annual dinner in London last week.