Yesterday, I began getting to know Wycombe’s police team before speaking to Breathe Easy Buckinghamshire on the nature of society and social cooperation, from a Big Society and Cobden Centre perspective. I caught up with the constituency team before heading into London. I submitted an HS2 question to the Government, caught up with correspondence and finished the day listening to Sir Richard Dannatt give the CCF’s Wilberforce lecture.
Today, I spent a long morning on correspondence and case work before a lunch briefing on manufacturing. The rest of the day, I have been to and fro between correspondence and the House of Commons, where we have been reforming Parliament with a Back Bench Business Committee. Douglas Carswell MP writes more on the subject here.
Tags: Democracy, Parliament, Policing, Reform, Society