My Week in Westminster: 10 - 21 February 2020.

In the last few weeks the UK has been hit by two large storms, and I want to reiterate my support for constituents across Southport who have experienced flooding on their road, or worse – to their home. My office issued letters to those constituen...

The media exploited Caroline Flack’s misfortune for profit cloaked in public interest.

If you read the tabloids you may have been tempted to overlook the story of Caroline Flack, 40, who took her own life last week following a high-profile court case. You may have decided it was yet another celebrity death – and surrendered to apath...

Our High Street is Stuck in a Maul, But Sefton Council Aren't Helping.

For the last decade our high street – and by extension our town - has been grappling with a reduction in footfall - like a hooker stuck in a maul. We are in a rut. Unable to move forward or backwards but stood still. We have been paralysed by the ...

Spending Round proves the Conservatives are delivering on the public’s priorities

Damien Moore has welcomed the Spending Round which ensures that all government departments have the funding they need to deliver on the public’s priorities – clearing the decks to allow them to focus on Brexit. On Wednesday, the Government set ...

Damien Moore MP meets families with disabled children at charity awards

Damien Moore MP joined families from Southport in Parliament to celebrate the amazing work families do when caring for a disabled child. The event was organised by Contact, a national charity that supports families with disabled children. At...