Member of Parliament for Braintree, Halstead and neighbouring villages.
Minister of State for Middle East and North Africa.
Although there wasn’t a traditional Remembrance parade in Braintree today, James Cleverly added his wreath to the others laid.
James Cleverly visits Steeple Bumpstead where almost a quarter of the losses in WW1 from the tiny village came from one family.
James Cleverly welcomes news that a Cultural Recovery Fund grant of just under £50,000 to Hedingham Castle which will help protect local jobs as well as protect the thousand year old building.
James Cleverly welcomes news that the Colne Valley Railway has been chosen as one of heritage organisations set to share the first wave of a £1.57bn government support package.
James Cleverly visits local shops and encourages people to get out and support our local economy.
Over the coming months, it is understandable that many people will be worried about the global spread of COVID-19.
James Cleverly responds on behalf of the Government to a Westminster Hall debate on UK relations with Qatar.
James Cleverly, Minister for Middle East and North Africa, responds to a Westminster Hall debate on Government policy on Iran.
James Cleverly, Minister for the Middle East and North Africa, responds to a debate on the non-payment of pensions to former civil servants working for the Government of Kenya.
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