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George supports Horndean memorial campaign.

Meon Valley MP George Hollingbery has thrown his support behind a campaign to build a memorial in Horndean to two Australian RAF flyers who died when their aircraft crashed into the village in 1945.

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It was a real privilege to be given the role as Minister for Trade Policy at the Department for International Trade last month and it’s fair to say my feet haven’t touched the ground since.

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The NHS is 70 years old. It’s an institution the people of Britain very much admire, particularly its dedicated staff.

Everyone knows it’s been under pressure and there is a general appetite across the UK for it to be better funded.

George visits community project in Wickham

George visited a Wickham community initiative called ‘The Project’ which has been creating a new community garden in the village. On the 8th June, over 40 volunteers turned out to support the venture as part of the National Volunteer’s Week celebrations.  George popped along to give his support t

George Hollingbery MP visits UK Mail depot

George Hollingbery MP visited UK Mail, part of Deutsche Post DHL Group, in his Meon Valley constituency to tour operations and discuss the company’s recent growth and contribution to the local community.

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Whenever Britain and, in particular London, is portrayed in film it is invariably raining. Ask any foreigner anywhere in the world about Britain and they will say it rains…. a lot.

George tours Safran Helicopter Engines Ltd

Meon Valley MP George Hollingbery recently visited Safran Helicopter Engines Ltd in his constituency to tour the facility and speak to staff and managers.

The company based in Concorde Way, Segensworth, employs 165 people and is a world leading manufacturer of helicopter engines.

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Most political commentators consider the job of Home Secretary to be the one of the toughest in government.

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The co-ordinated international response to the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury at Britain’s behest is a firm rebuke to Russian aggression.