It is the job of government and Parliament to look not just at the threats we face today – which are many - but also seriously consider the possibility of threats that might emerge in the future.
"This is the second time Theresa May has asked me to work closely with her as a Parliamentary Private Secretary and the appointment is a huge honour.
I am delighted Theresa is now our country’s new Prime Minister.
There could not be a steadier pair of hands to give leadership and clarity of thought to the challenges the UK now faces, both in leaving the EU, and in the task of uniting the country.
Meon Valley MP George Hollingbery has helped force Southern Water to publish its Wickham Drainage Action Plan, identifying the sewerage flooding problems the village faces in the years to come.
George is supporting a free E-safety campaign designed to help young people keep safe on the internet by helping parents understand online risks.
George popped in to the 10th Anniversary celebrations of the Waterlooville Branch of the University of the 3rd Age (U3A) to congratulate the group on their continued success.
George braved the unseasonable rain to visit Horndean village centre to witness the traffic problems caused by speeding vehicles
There was much celebration last month when The Queen reached her 90th birthday and I would very much like to add my best wishes.
George visited Swanmore Methodist Church recently and was welcomed by Martin Letts (Senior Church Steward).