Campaign Responses

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.

April 2016 – Positive Money campaign

Thank you for contacting me about the Positive Money campaign group and the issue of money creation. The Government has set out its position on the […]

April 2016 – DFID and Violence against Women

Thank you for contacting me about violence against girls and women (VAWG). The UK has played a leading role in tackling VAWG world-wide, I know it […]

April 2016 – Panama Papers/Tax Havens

Thank you for your recent email regarding the Panama Papers. I welcome the fact that HMRC is already carrying out an intensive investigation of offshore companies, including in […]

April 2016 – Foreign aid budget/Mail on Sunday Petition

Thank you for your recent email about our aid budget. I am sympathetic to the concerns raised by the Mail on Sunday petition. Our aid budget is vitally […]

April 2016 – Dementia Care

Thank you for contacting me about dementia care.   Improving treatment and care for people with dementia is a key priority for the Government. I agree that […]

April 2016 – Bees & Neonicotinoids

Thank you for contacting me about neonicotinoid insecticides and bees. I entirely agree with you that bees and other pollinators play a vital role in the […]

March 2016 – Availability of Orkambi

Thank you for contacting me about the availability of Orkambi. I know many families affected by cystic fibrosis have placed a great deal of hope in […]

March 2016 – ESA/WRAG Reforms

Thank you for contacting me about reforms to Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) announced nine months ago. From April 2017, new ESA claimants who are placed […]

March 2016 – Use of Snares

Thank you for contacting me about the use of snares. I understand the strength of your feeling on this issue. Self-locking snares have been banned since […]

March 2016 – NHS Bill Debate, 11th March

Thank you for your email regarding the National Health Service Bill and the debate on the 11th of March. I was not able to attend this […]