Michael Fabricant is proposing a naked cycle ride as a novel fund raiser for the Saint Giles Hospice based in his constituency but which operates in the West Midlands. Naked cycle rides are fund raising events which take place annually in over 70 locations world wide. He explains how it would work in a video. […]
Daily Telegraph 17th October 2018 Another round of Brexit negotiation and there’s deadlock. As Mr Corbyn and others have said: “It’s groundhog day”. Over the weekend, there had been whispers that a deal had finally been agreed between the UK and EU. Despite campaigning for Brexit from the very beginning, I can see the […]
“Work will finally begin on the construction of two lifts at Lichfield Trent Valley station for disabled and other passengers at the end of next month and will be ready in the spring of next year” says Michael Fabricant. “I have been campaigning for this for some years and the Department for Transport have just […]
Following the announcement of the closure of the M&S Foodhall in the centre of Lichfield in January, Michael Fabricant contacted Marks & Spencer Group plc to determine what would be the future presence of M&S in the City. Michael says “The closure of the M&S store in Lichfield is regrettable. Although the loyal staff there […]
Following a Parliamentary discussion on the provision of drinking water and sanitation to the people of Kerala State in India following the floods in summer 2018, I chip in with a suggestion.
Michael is backing plans to convert a disused railway line into a public footpath and cycleway linking Lichfield, Burntwood and Brownhills
“I have been approached by the Burntwood Action Group and the Lichfield Waterworks Trust both of whom would like to see the disused railway line from Lichfield to Brownhills via Burntwood converted into a public cycleway and footpath” says Michael Fabricant. “I have consulted with the Lichfield & Hatherton Canals Restoration Trust as the Lichfield […]
Michael Fabricant is backing Colton Parish Council with their concerns over a proposed Gas Fired Electricity Generating Facility (power station) to be sited near Colton village. “The siting of it is wholly inappropriate” says Michael. Colton Parish Council say: “The proposed facility will be a significantly sized ‘power station’ in a quiet rural area and residents […]
In the House of Commons today (Thursday 13th September), Michael Fabricant raised two separate issues. UK trade with Israel after Brexit with special regard to computer software and hardware. I also raised the issue of blood donations by gay men and recent changes to the rules.
Michael Fabricant asked a series of questions to the Prime Minister about the economy of the west midlands and Silicon Canal today. “The west midlands is known for its state of the art and prestige automotive engineering, but it is also a major hub for the computer sciences. Not only are there tens of thousands […]