Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

If you have written to Nigel as part of a standard-letter campaign, such as those from 38 Degrees, you can find his responses on the issues here.

July 2019- Honda’s Plant in Swindon

Thank you to those who have contacted me about the announcement by Honda to close the company’s manufacturing plant in Swindon. As you know, Honda has announced, as […]

July 2019- Onshore Wind Farms

Thank you to those who have contacted me about onshore wind farms. I am pleased that clean growth has been placed at the heart of the […]

July 2019- Arthritis and Employment

Thank you to those who have contacted me about employment support for people with arthritis. I agree with you that work is really important for ensuring that people […]

April 2019 – Westminster Hall Fracking Debate

Thank you for contacting me about planning practice on shale development. Shale development has the potential to deliver substantial economic benefits to the UK economy and […]

March 2019 – Earthquakes and Fracking

Thank you to those who contacted me about fracking. The safe development of shale gas will be good for jobs, good for our energy security, and […]

March 2019 – Warfare testing on animals

Thank you to those whoc contacted me about animal testing at Porton Down. The work done by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) at Porton […]

March 2019 – Sale of RBS Shares

Thank you to those who have contacted me about Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) shares. I understand your concerns regarding the sale of RBS shares back […]

March 2019 – “Save our Post Offices” Campaign

Thank you to those who contacted me about the Post Office network. Post Office branches are relied upon by communities the length and breadth of the […]

February 2019 – Toxic Air: Air Quality and Pollution

Thank you to those who have contacted me about air quality and pollution. Air quality has improved significantly since 2010, but sixty years on from the Clean […]

February 2018 – Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans

Thank you to those who have contacted me about Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans (LCWIPs). I am pleased with the progress we have made since 2010 to […]