John Howell's policies
Statement to voters
I have lived in the Henley Constituency for over 20 years and have served as the MP since 2008.
In that time I have worked hard to support many constituents and spoken out on a wide range of issues and concerns affecting the constituency. I have a proven track record of effective work to support key services in the constituency. I also have much work in progress in areas such as education funding, health and planning. I would like to have the opportunity to continue this work and see things through.
In this 2017 General Election I am campaigning too with Theresa May for strong and stable leadership that will get the Brexit deal right so as to define our future: - our place in the world, our economic security and our future prosperity. Through my membership of the Council of Europe I am continually advancing Britain’s role in Europe and the wider role. This is so important for now, for our children and our children’s children.
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About John Howell
John Michael Howell is a British Conservative politician. He has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Henley, having won the seat in the 2008 Henley by-election.Read more on Wikipedia
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|2019||Henley: UK Parliament elections||Conservative and Unionist Party||32,189 votes (elected)||2017||Henley: 2017 General Election||Conservative and Unionist Party||Elected unopposed||2015||Henley: UK Parliament elections||Conservative and Unionist Party||Elected unopposed||2010||Henley: UK Parliament elections||Conservative and Unionist Party||30,054 votes (elected)|
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