A veteran’s “Best Friend” – yes, a dog!

Military veterans with post-traumatic stress can need help to assist them in their integration back into society when returning from service. 12 Armed Forces charities came to Parliament on 11 June to show the depth in support and opportunity for our military veterans.

Have your say on rural crime and how it is policed

Have your say on rural crime and how it is policed with Hertfordshire’s first rural crime survey.

Residents and business owners are being asked for their views on how the countryside is being policed and where they want the priorities to be focused.

Employment Figures

New independent jobs figures show the fundamentals of the British economy remain robust, there are more people in work than ever before, a record high rate of women in work and wages growing faster than inflation for the 15th month in a row. 

Finn’s Law is now in force!

‘Finn’s Law’ delivered to protect brave service animals

New legislation to protect service animals, such as police dogs and horses, will come in to force today (8 June)

Theresa May's resignation

I am sorry that Theresa May has had such a difficult time as Prime Minister and hope she will continue to contribute‎ to national politics. She has shown great resilience and I know many constituents admire her strength, as I do. She is a remarkable person.

Sir Oliver Heald backs targets for cleaner air

North East Herts MP Sir Oliver Heald recently joined the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care the Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP at an event hosted by the Conservative Environment Network (CEN) to discuss air pollution and the Clean Air Strategy.

Local MP supports high flying apprentices

Apprentices from North East Herts were joined by Sir Oliver Heald MP in the House of Commons on 14 May to celebrate the 12,000 apprenticeships provided by the UK’s Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space industries.