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We have a big decision to make, a decision that will shape not just our future but our children’s futures. Should we remain in the EU or should we leave?

There are arguments on both sides - the EU does lots of good things but there’s lots wrong with it too. If the answer was obvious, the polls wouldn’t be so close. I’m grateful to the thousands of constituents who have attended the public meetings I held around the constituency, spoken to me when I have been out campaigning or emailed me to let me know their views.

Having listened to all the arguments, I believe that we should remain in the EU for four main reasons. ...

Why Jo’s death stunned us all

Jo Cox’s murder is foremost a personal tragedy for her family. Her death is also a real loss to Parliament. I didn't know Jo well but I knew she was one of those people who was born to be an MP. She was everywhere in Parliament. One moment speaking without notes and knowledgeably about Syria, the next in a meeting of the All Party Group on Ending Homelessness. She turned her hand to so many subjects and had seemed to have grasped from the start how to be effective. She was quick of mind, full of life's experiences and someone who in just a year had made many friends and admirers across the House...

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Richard Benyon was re-elected as the Member of Parliament for Newbury on 7 May, with an increased majority of 26,368. Richard won 61 per cent of the vote share.

 

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