Hitchin and Harpenden MP Bim Afolami believes Theresa May’s Conservative government surviving the vote of no confidence has “cleared the air” – with the date for the UK to leave the EU looming.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal was rejected in a historic defeat at the House of Commons last night, but how did our Conservative MPs vote?
MPs have rejected Theresa May’s Brexit plans by an emphatic 432 votes to 202 in a historic vote which has thrown the future of her administration and the nature of the UK’s EU withdrawal into doubt.
Campaigning Remainers have slammed the Hitchin and Harpenden MP’s rejection of a second referendum as “increasingly bizarre”.
North Herts for Europe campaigning group held an action day in Hitchin town centre on Saturday, surveying residents on their Brexit opinions.
A far-right activist who took a noose to London’s Brexit protest on Sunday reportedly said Theresa May deserves to be hanged for betraying Britain.
With the political whirlwind of Brexit far from easing, Stevenage MP Stephen McPartland has spoken about how he would vote on the UK’s withdrawal deal.
Hitchin and Harpenden MP Bim Afolami has taken to Twitter to announce that he will support Theresa May’s Brexit deal, where he was met with criticisms from some constituents.
As the topic that has split the nation for the last two years comes to its final stages, what do our Conservative MPs think about Theresa May’s draft Brexit plan?
“The warm words don’t fit the cold reality” – NHDC Labour Group’s shadow portfolio holder for finance gives his views on the Budget.
This Budget was set to be the most difficult any chancellor has had to deliver in living memory, writes Richard Porritt – political editor for this newspaper’s publisher, Archant.
An incredible woman has been hailed a hero for her work with people who have mental health problems, winning a national award after being chosen from thousands of nominations.
Labour activists from Hitchin and Letchworth addressed the national party conference in Liverpool yesterday.
Stevenage stands in the front line against modern slavery – that was the message as the borough council signed the Co-operative Party’s Modern Slavery Charter.
One might assume the Queen’s representative in Hertfordshire was a high-born baron lounging in a castle somewhere in the Home Counties Green Belt.
A woman from Stevenage has travelled to Westminster to rally MPs to support a new campaign calling on the Government to tackle the chronic shortage of NHS cancer staff.
Hannah Brown from Langford, who has battled anorexia and is now a mental health campaigner, talks NHS funding as the service marks 70 years
The Prime Minister today praised a Hitchin secondary school headteacher during questions in the House of Commons.
Jeremy Corbyn was in Stevenage today – and in a one-on-one interview with the Comet, he gave his views on a range of issues affecting our area.
Former Hitchin and Harpenden MP Peter Lilley is to join the House of Lords after being nominated by Prime Minister Theresa May for a peerage.