As you are aware last night I took the difficult decision to vote against the Government and my Party in a crucial motion designed to avoid a “no deal” Brexit. It is a decision I have been wrestling with for some days now, but I believe that this was the right thing to do.
Ed was delighted to meet with his local Cancer Research UK Ambassadors Sue Duncombe and Patrick McGuire this afternoon in Parliament to discuss the launch of the new Should To Shoulder campaign supporting NHS staff in the fight against cancer. You can find out more about the campaign here.
As the President of SUDEP Action, the only UK Charity dedicated to raising awareness of epilepsy risk, tackling epilepsy deaths & supporting the bereaved, Ed visited the Epilepsy Purple Day event in Parliament today.
During today’s House of Commons debate on the BBC Charter, Ed Vaizey, MP for Wantage and former Minister for Culture and Creative Industries, took the opportunity to contribute his thoughts on the new charter.
Following his tenure as the longest serving Arts Minister in British political history, Ed Vaizey, Member of Parliament for Wantage and Didcot has today (12 October 2016) been officially sworn into Her Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council.
During today’s Health questions in Parliament Ed Vaizey, the MP for Wantage, raised the closure of Wantage Community Hospital in the House of Commons with the Minister responsible for Care and Support.
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