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Treasury Questions: Protecting the High Street

Today Duncan asked about a potential online sales tax. In light of the coronavirus situation, with many High Street shops closing and the bulk of sales moving online, there is a need to support small, local businesses financially. 

Post Office 'Horizon' Debate

Duncan today spoke as part of a debate exploring the problems with the Post Office's 'Horizon' system which led to hundreds of postmasters and sub-postmasters being unfairly accused of fraud and theft.

Improved Broadband for Rural Areas

Though the coronavirus situation is, naturally, my first priority at the moment, other areas of my work continue as normal - and I'm delighted today to be able to deliver on one of our manifesto promises. 

Budget Debate

Duncan spoke tonight as part of the ongoing debate following the 2020 Budget last week. 

Urgent Treatment Centre raised at Health Questions

Duncan Baker again raised the subject of an enhanced Urgent Treatment Centre for Cromer Hospital at Health Questions in the House of Commons.

Edward Argar MP, Minister of State (Department of Health & Social Care), responded:

February News

Dear all

In February, I started my regular surgeries for residents across the constituency. I’m delighted already to have helped so many people with concerns and issues – please do contact me if you would like to see me at a future surgery.

Post Office Workers

Today in Westminster Hall, Duncan Baker MP spoke up for the Post Office workers falsely accused of theft, false accounting, and fraud. 

Apprenticeships

Today Duncan Baker MP asked the Rt Hon Gavin Williamson, Secretary of State for Education, about the importance of apprenticeships for small- and medium-sized businesses.