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Debate on Post Office Horizon scandal

On Thursday 19th March, Jerome spoke on behalf of Broadland constituents affected by the Post Office Horizon scandal - where postmasters and sub-postmasters across the UK were wrongly accused of theft and false accounting as a result of an IT systems problem. 

Coronavirus update

We are facing a national challenge of a scale that we have not faced in peacetime.  People are worried about their health, their jobs and their ability to buy food when they need it.

The Government has got stuck in to all these areas, with massive support, and more to come.

Question about cross-border co-operation on coronavirus

On Tuesday 17th March, Jerome asked Nigel Adams MP (Minister of State, Foreign & Commonwealth Office) about the arrangements for cross-border co-operation with the Republic of Ireland in relation to coronavirus.

Question about GCSE and A-Level arrangements

On Monday 16th March, Jerome asked Matt Hancock (Secretary of State for Health & Social Care) about the arrangements for GCSE and A-Level students whose exam period is likely to be affected by the disruption caused by coronavirus. 

Jerome welcomes Chancellor's forward-looking Budget

Last year’s election gave a clear verdict. Now the Government is delivering a Budget which delivers on our promises to the British people – it is clearly a Budget of a government getting things done.

Question on the Agriculture Bill

On Thursday 27th February, Jerome asked the Rt Hon Michael Gove MP (Minister for the Cabinet Office and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster) for reassurance that the Agriculture Bill will provide appropriate protections for the environment and animal welfare.

Speech on the Environment Bill

On Wednesday 26th February, Jerome spoke as part of the debate on the proposed Environment Bill, highlighting the importance of planning considerations. 

Maiden Speech

On Thursday 13th February 2020, Jerome Mayhew MP made his Maiden Speech in the House of Commons. 

Debate on press freedom

On Tuesday 4th February, Jerome spoke as part of the debate on press freedom.