Conservative MP for Faversham and Mid Kent and Minister of State for Care
Flexible working is good for business, the economy and work-life balance. It must be offered as standard, not haggled for later down the line, says Helen Whately
A vote for the Conservatives is a vote for leaving the European Union with a good deal that helps us move on to a better brighter future, says Helen Whately MP.
While able-bodied people have benefited from the freedoms and opportunities that come with cheap, easy air travel, for disabled people flying is too often a frustrating ordeal. My bill would ensure their needs are no longer ignored, writes Helen Whately
British growers cannot wait until we've left the EU. The government must introduce a new Seasonal Agricultural Permit Scheme soon – or British fruit could be left to rot on the branch
Faversham and Mid Kent MP Helen Whately calls on the Government to introduce a new Seasonal Agricultural Workers Scheme [SAWS] after the previous one was abolished in 2013 or face seeing many British farmers going out of business.
Faversham & Mid Kent MP Helen Whately writes following her debate this week on 'fly-parking by HGVs in Kent' in which the Roads Minister committed to 'a new survey of parking provision across the country'.