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  • 3rd June 2013
    Article for Sutton Coldfield Observer
    Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP

    Earlier this week the Chancellor announced the seven Government departments which have agreed significant savings from their 2015-16 budgets as part of the next Spending Review.  read more »

  • 10th May 2013
    Article for Sutton Coldfield Observer
    Parliament at dawn

    This week saw the most prestigious event of the Parliamentary year – the State Opening of Parliament which can be traced back as far as the 16th Century.  read more »

  • 24th April 2013
    Article for Sutton Coldfield Observer
    Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP 2012

    I had the great honour of attending Baroness Thatcher’s funeral earlier this week.  read more »

  • 28th March 2013
    Article for Sutton Coldfield Observer
    Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP at his desk

    On Wednesday 20 March, the Chancellor delivered the Budget for 2013 which sets out the economic plan to take the right decisions in the long-term interests of the UK whilst at the same time introducing measures designed to keep costs low for families and businesses in Britain.  read more »

  • 19th February 2013
    Article
    Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP

    David Cameron's position on Europe is not just good for the UK, it is also good for the EU. In his much-awaited speech the Prime Minister set out a clear-eyed vision of the benefits of European integration but an equally acute analysis of the weaknesses of the current EU.  read more »

  • 15th February 2013
    Article for Sutton Coldfield Observer
    Parliament at dawn

    Recently a number of important issues have been raised in Parliament which I know from my constituency postbag are of interest to many in Sutton. These include Britain’s relationship with the European Union and equal civil marriage.  read more »

  • 26th January 2013
    Article
    Rt Hon Andrew Mitchell MP 2012

    It's a double hit: first the subsidies, then aid to mitigate the damage. In 2005 I travelled from Bamako, the capital of Mali, on one of the few roads and then for hours into the interior across a harsh arid landscape until I came to Beleco, a village in the cotton-growing district of Fana.  read more »



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