News

Planning and housing issues

Richard has been contacted about a number of local planning applications and is taking forward meetings with local stakeholders to discuss local plans.

Taking action for train passengers

Recent days have seen a number of further difficulties on local trains from Sandy, Biggleswade and Arlesey. Richard is arranging a meeting with GTR and Network Rail to discuss these developments.

Richard attends Open Doors event in Parliament

Yesterday Richard attended Open Doors UK & Ireland launch of the 2020 World Watch List. Pastor Abdalla gave an inspiring talk about his decision to stay in Syria and support his community and distribute relief during the war.

Get health advice from your local pharmacists

Pharmacists play a crucial role in our NHS. Today's announcement that patients will be able to get same-day appointments with local pharmacists is a great first step to relieving pressure on our local GP’s.

Local surgeries - get in touch!

Surgeries are an important way for MPs to hear directly from constituents about the issues of concern to them and also an opportunity for an MP to help with particular issues. Richard is holding regular surgeries for constituents to meet him.

2020 - new year, new Parliament.

Parliament is back after the Christmas recess and just before Christmas, Richard voted for the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill to "get Brexit done".

Richard's election acceptance speech

Following the election declaration in the early hours of the 13th December, Richard gave his acceptance speech at the election count. Following the declaration, Richard said: "It is a privilege to have been elected to represent the people of North East Bedfordshire.

Richard Fuller elected as MP for North East Bedfordshire

Richard Fuller has been elected as the Member of Parliament for North East Bedfordshire with a majority of 24,283 votes. At the results declaration in the early hours of Friday morning, Richard thanked his fellow candidates for 'a courteous, informative and positive campaign'.