Police
Arlesdene nursery and childrens centre
Keep it Local
Charles lays a tribute at the Liberator Memorial in Cheshunt
Charles Walker MP
Cheshunt Community Hospital
Start of construction of the Olympic White Water Course
Torch Relay with John Fuller
Presenting the UCC petition to Parliament
Save our Urgent Care Centre public meeting
Save our Urgent Care Centre march

Charles Walker backs Same-Sex Marriage Bill

Speaking at the end of the debate, Charles Walker welcomes the third reading of the Same-Sex Marriage Bill.| Parliament TV [read more] about Charles Walker backs Same-Sex Marriage Bill

Charles Walker calls for limits on immigration

Charles Walker speaks in the debate on the Queen’s Speech setting out his position as a Eurosceptic. He highlights the problems and strain on our national infrastructure caused by mass immigration, the lack of transitional arrangements when new countries joined the EU, the failures of the UK Border Agency and the lengthy immigration appeals process.

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Charles Walker urges Eric Pickles to have a change of heart

Speaking in the House of Commons

Speaking during a debate on proposals to ease the planning restrictions on the size of permitted home extensions, Charles Walker urges the Secretary of State to have a change of heart. [read more] about Charles Walker urges Eric Pickles to have a change of heart

Charles Walker pays tribute to Baroness Thatcher

Speaking during the special Parliamentary debate, Charles Walker pays tribute to Baroness Thatcher. [read more] about Charles Walker pays tribute to Baroness Thatcher

Charles Walker opposes press regulation proposals

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Charles Walker opposes regulation of a “free press” as he believes that a free press is simply part of the deal of living in a democracy. He says existing laws should be - and are now being - used to root out illegal practices. He also raises his concerns about the effectiveness and the ethics of introducing a “two thirds lock” into Parliament where decisions are always made on the basis of a simple majority.

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