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Gillian Keegan MP is questioned by Bishop Luffa students

Gillian Keegan MP visited Bishop Luffa in Chichester to tour the school, meet with students and discuss the school's budget. The MP for spent over an hour looking in detail at the accounts of the school to better understand the funding pressures.

Back to School and Back to Work...

It was back to school for me as well as I headed back to Parliament to start the first of many debates about Brexit, some of which will stretch into the early hours of the morning.

Public Accounts Committee

Gillian Keegan MP, elected to sit on the Public Accounts Committee.

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Wearing it PINK!

Politicians wear it pink for breast cancer fundraiser
Gillian Keegan MP poses in pink at Westminster to support Breast Cancer Now’s vital research

 

Pin a Pansy Campaign

Gillian Keegan MP launches Pin a Pansy campaign for St Wilfrid's Hospice to raise funds for the Dreambuilding appeal to build the new hospice.

Super-Fast Broadbancd Trial

Gillian welcomes the introduction of a multi-million pound pilot scheme to test super fast broadband in Chichester.  Gillian is hoping this step in the right direction will impact the wider broadband infrastructure in the area, and therefore may help improve rural broadband speeds in the future.

Gillian's thoughts on school funding

I am fully behind the campaign for fairer funding in our schools.  Since being elected I have joined the calls of my fellow West Sussex MP’s to ensure our school funding is improved.  I have also attended a meeting held by The Secretary of State for Education, Justine Greening.  I have also had m

The Angels Come Out at Night in Chichester - Chichester Observer

The night time economy is a key component of any thriving city and is particularly enjoyed by many young people. It is equally important to make sure people can enjoy themselves in our City centre whilst keeping any trouble to a minimum.

Good Luck for A Level and GCSE Results - Chichester Observer

Many households across the constituency have spent the last few weeks anxiously waiting A level and GCSE results. We won’t have the full results across the constituency until October however there are many reports of pupils doing well.