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Theresa: Why I believe the case to remain a member of the European Union is strong

Theresa May has set out the reasons for her support for the UK remaining a member of the European Union, ahead of the national referendum on 23rd June. In a recent speech on the UK’s place in the world, she explained how continued membership of the EU can help us face future challenges relating to security, trade and the economy. She concluded: “The reality is that there are costs and benefits of our membership and, looking to the years and decades ahead, there are risks and opportunities too. The issues the country has to weigh up before this referendum are complex. But on balance, I believe the case to remain a member of the European Union is strong.”Read More

Theresa welcomes expansion plan for Lowbrook Academy

Theresa May has welcomed plans for the expansion of Lowbrook Academy, which will allow it to take in additional children this September and to permanently become a two-form entry school. Lowbrook Academy is a popular local school in Maidenhead and a number of parents were concerned when their children missed out on places this year despite living close by.Read More

Theresa objects to plans to cut Wargrave train services

Theresa May has expressed her concern about proposals to cut train services from Wargrave Station, following confirmation from GWR that they intended to press ahead with a reduction in off-peak services. This will see off-peak trains serving Wargrave once an hour, in order to allow a faster half-hourly service for Henley and Shiplake passengers.Read More

Theresa discusses car parking during Twyford Station visit

Theresa May has discussed the need for more car parking spaces at Twyford Station during a visit to the station with GWR officials. Commuters regularly raise the need for more car parking spaces at the station, and this need could be exacerbated when Crossrail comes into operation. The lack of capacity causes problems in the local area with increased street parking causing congestion and affecting local residents. Read More

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Supporting the Save Poundfield campaign in Cookham Supporting the Save Poundfield campaign in Cookham

Visiting Cookham Station to discuss branch line services with local councillors Visiting Cookham Station to discuss branch line services with local councillors

Visiting the GP hub at St Marks Hospital in Maidenhead Visiting the GP hub at St Marks Hospital in Maidenhead

Discussing train services during a visit to Twyford Station with GWR officials Discussing train services during a visit to Twyford Station with GWR officials

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