Robert's Weekly Column - 16 Feb 2018

Since 2010, the Conservative Government has worked hard to maintain and grow a strong economy that is supportive of businesses and creates jobs. Figures released at the end of last month showed that the employment rate in Britain is the highest since records began.

Robert's Weekly Article - 9th February 2018

Housebuilding in Swindon received a further welcome boost last week, as it was announced that the Government has awarded our town £11.5m from the Housing Infrastructure Fund to speed up building in two major development areas.

Robert's Weekly Column - 2 February 2018

There was excellent news this week as the latest Centre for Cities report showed that Swindon continues to have one of the best-performing economies in the country. Swindon is ranked seventh in Britain when it comes to the rate of productivity per worker – up three places from a year ago.

Robert's Weekly Article - 25th January 2018

Having met victims of stalking, it is clear that it can have terrifying consequences and make everyday life unbearable. The need to protect victims and stop perpetrators at the earliest opportunity is clear.

Robert's Weekly Article - 19th January 2018

This week's news about the future of Carillion, which amongst other things runs the main service contract at Great Western Hospital, meant that I contacted GWH's Chief Executive and received assurances about the position of Carillion staff at the hospital, who will continue to be paid for the vit

An update from Robert Buckland MP on East Walcot

South Swindon MP Robert Buckland has been dealing with reports of anti-social behaviour in East Walcot.

The Adver reported on Friday that people living in the area had spoken of a surge of anti-social behaviour in recent weeks.

Robert's Weekly Article - 10th January 2018

Parliament has returned this week following the Christmas and New Year Recess. It has been a busy few weeks over the festive period and a welcome opportunity to spend more time in Swindon, talking to fellow residents, attending local events and meeting with local businesses and charities.

Robert's Weekly Column - 4th January 2018

The news that 2017 was the cleanest and greenest year in Britain since the Industrial Revolution was a great way to end the year and go into 2018.