Who has been helped by MP?

Harefield Gazette - - OPINION -

I SPOKE to Nick Hurd at the end of a public meet­ing in Ruis­lip Manor Church, when he first stood to be our rep­re­sen­ta­tive in Par­lia­ment.

He ended our dis­cus­sion, on where he lived, with great hu­mil­ity, by say­ing he would move into the con­stituency if he was elected, later in the year when his chil­dren moved schools.

His stance of HS2, stated on the largest poster in Win­ston Churchill Hall lauded the ‘eco­nomic ben­e­fits’ to our area with HS2 run­ning through.

I’d be im­pressed to know of any of the ‘thou­sands of con­stituents’ he helped with their prob­lems?

A dis­pute I had with a wa­ter com­pany, as a last re­sort took to him, re­sulted in him pass­ing my let­ter to a min­is­ter who re­sponded by writ­ing to me a let­ter sug­gest­ing I did what I had stated and done al­ready.


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