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End of term report

The Parliamentary term ended in sweltering heat with many of us wondering what the hell just happened. In the space of less than a month a Prime Minister who was enjoying reasonably good approval ratings was gone, the country has a new Government (albeit from the same party) and new foreign and economic policies. Theresa May established herself as the new Prime Minister with a powerful performance at Prime Minister’s Questions and then set out on a tour of our nearest and dearest European neighbours where she looked and sounded the part...

Cameron’s legacy

On Tuesday evening I went to 10 Downing Street for what was labelled as the last supper. Around 30 family and friends of the Camerons were there. I found the Prime Minister, as he then still was, relaxed and his children were running around determined no doubt, to enjoy their last moments in this historic house. When I left I walked through a building that seemed eerily quiet, almost as if it was holding its breath. The door to the Cabinet Room was open and I wandered in. The French windows were open to the garden and a breeze was blowing through the room. I half expected to see the ghost of a past Prime Minister sitting at the table. As I left No 10 I found Larry the cat sitting on the road outside. His face was inscrutable but he seemed to exude a sense of continuity...

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Richard Benyon was re-elected as the Member of Parliament for Newbury on 7 May 2015, with an increased majority of 26,368. Richard won 61 per cent of the vote share.

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