Westminster News

Evennett re-appointed to Government role

Rt Hon David Evennett, MP for Bexleyheath and Crayford, has be re-appointed to his Ministerial role in the Government as Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury in the post General Election reshuffle.

Forward, Together: Conservative Party manifesto

David Evennett, Conservative Party candidate for Bexleyheath and Crayford, has welcomed the Conservative Party manifesto and the promises made within it. He commented: "the next five years will be challenging, and getting the best possible Brexit deal is key to our prosperity.

PM right to call General Election

Rt Hon David Evennett, MP and Lord Commissioner of HM Treasury, strongly backed the decision by Prime Minister, Rt Hon Theresa May MP, to call an election on 8 June.

Evennett welcomes new income boost for ordinary working families

From today, the tax-free Personal Allowance will rise for the 7th year to £11,500, meaning a typical basic rate taxpayer will pay a full £1,000 less income tax than in 2010. The Personal Allowance is also set to rise to £12,500 by the end of this Parliament.

2018 Parliamentary Boundary Review

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) are asking members of the public for their views on the proposals to change Parliamentary constituencies.

Evennett condemns Blairspeak

Addressing the Barnehurst Ward Conservative Annual General Meeting on Friday evening (17 February), Rt Hon David Evennett MP condemned the speech on Brexit by the former Labour Prime Minister, Tony Blair. 

Evennett shows support for World Cancer Day

Rt Hon David Evennett, MP for Bexleyheath and Crayford, attended an event in Parliament on Wednesday 1 February to show his support for World Cancer Day on Saturday 4 February.

Beating Bowel Cancer Parliamentary Reception

Rt Hon David Evennett, MP for Bexleyheath and Crayford, attended a Parliamentary reception hosted by the charity Beating Bowel Cancer yesterday (25 January). Bowel cancer is the UK’s second biggest cancer killer.

Government Response to Brexit Ruling

Earlier today (24 January), the Supreme Court Justices voted by eight to three against the Government, meaning that Parliament’s approval is required before the Government can trigger Article 50 and formally begin the UK’s departure from the European Union.