Welcome from Robert Jenrick

I'm delighted to stand again as your Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Newark & Bingham.

I'll be a strong local representative, working on the issues that matter to you and your family – including:

•    Banging the drum for businesses to invest in Nottinghamshire and bring more good jobs to the area
•    Ensuring we have the transport infrastructure our growing community needs
•    Fighting for improvements to local schools so our children get the best start in life
•    Protecting the vital health and public services we all rely on
•    Ensuring those that come to this country make a contribution and play their part
•    Fighting for the best deal for local farmers to ensure a thriving agricultural economy
•    Safeguarding the Nottinghamshire countryside from unwanted development

The Newark Conservatives team work hard to get a better deal for this area through our parish, district and county councils, as well as in Westminster and Brussels - so please use this website to find out what we're doing for you and your family.

Robert Jenrick

www.robertjenrick.com

Featured Story

Tuesday, 10 June, 2014
Robert Jenrick was elected the new Conservative Member of Parliament for Newark, at a by-election count on Friday, June 6th at Kelham Hall, near Newark.

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Friday, 2 May, 2014
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Dissolution of Parliament

Much of the content on this website was established while Robert Jenrick was a Member of Parliament. As Parliament has been dissolved there are no MPs until after the Election on 7 May 2015.

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