Colnbrook’s MP Adam Afriyie was left humiliated last Thursday – after his bid to bring forward an in/out EU referendum was backed by just a handful of MPs.
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Colnbrook’s MP Adam Afriyie has accused campaigners of ‘scaremongering’ in the debate over the future of Heathrow.
Colnbrook’s MP Adam Afriyie has today defended his call for an early EU referendum, insisting he will not be put off tabling his amendment on November 8.
Slough’s local newspapers reveal that the town’s MPs were united over British military action against Syria – but Colnbrook’s MP Adam Afriyie did not actually vote.
Loca MP Adam Afriyie has given his backing to the UK’s only awards scheme to officially recognize British-Ghanaian talents. Mr. Afriyie, whose father was from Ghana, is now appealing to British-Ghanaians and members of the wider African community to also throw their “considerable and much-needed” weight behind the scheme.
Conservative Party members in Windsor have readopted Adam Afriyie MP as their candidate for the 2015 general election.
St Alban’s nimby MP Anne Main is continuing to fight hard to reopen the prospect of a joint Inquiry covering both the Radlett and Colnbrook strategic rail freight interchanges, claiming that Network Rail have “conceded” that passenger services would be impacted. Despite Network Rail last week dismissing claims that the rail network would be unable to cope with the additional freight trains proposed, Mrs Main has written to Simon Burns, Minister of State at the Department of Transport to claim otherwise.
Colnbrook’s Tory MP Adam Afriyie has insisted he had no desire to succeed David Cameron as party leader. “I have no ambition to lead my party, and I have no ambition for any particular position,” he said.
Budget: Afriye says “learn to love wealth creation” as McTaggart warns “hard times ahead for Slough”
Local MPs gave contrasting reactions Wednesday’s budget with Colnbrook MP Adam Afriye saying he believed the economic strategy adopted by the Chancellor is the right one, while Slough MP Fiona Mctaggart warning that people will be worse of by 2015 than they were in 2010.
Colnbrook residents have until April 22 to give their views on changes to the night flights regime at Heathrow, but no local groups have been invited to submit evidence. While the stage 1 consultation contains no specific proposals Colnbrook’s MP Adam Afriye believes expansion proposals a could mean an additional 1,700 extra flights.
Colnbrook’s MP Adam Afriyie, who lives in Old Windsor, is urging householders to make their views known in the government’s consultation on night-time flying and expansion.