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

Falkland Islands Referendum debate

Port Stanley, Falkland Islands

Speaking in a debate on the Falkland Islands referendum, Charles Walker suggests that the Argentine President has been exposed as trying to divert attention from her own Government’s problems at home. [read more] about Falkland Islands Referendum debate

Mansion tax would be tax on London and south-east says MP

Speaking in an Opposition Day debate on the so-called mansion tax, Charles Walker speaks against the tax and raises concerns that if introduced the tax will fall heavily on London and the South East, leaving Scotland to escape the burden. [read more] about Mansion tax would be tax on London and south-east says MP

Reviewing and reporting on the use of secret courts

Charles Walker MP speaking in the House of Commons

Charles Walker raises his reservations about the use of closed material proceedings or secret courts and highlights the importance of keeping their use under regular review. He asks the Minister about parallels in other western European countries.

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Charles Walker calls for Chase Farm A&E to remain open to serve growing population

Speaking in the House of Commons, Charles Walker calls for Chase Farm A&E to remain open as the local population is due to grow by another 40,000 over the next few years.

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Charles Walker calls for action to save England’s chalk streams

Charles Walker MP speaking in the House of Commons

Charles Walker leads a Parliamentary debate on the environmental disaster facing England’s chalk streams which have been over-abstracted to provide cheap water for new housing. He calls on the Government to use the forthcoming draft Water Bill to make Ofwat responsible for the environmental consequences of abstraction and for new reservoirs to be built in the South-East.

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