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Welcome to Annette Brooke's website

Annette in Westminster

In 2011 I celebrated 10 years in Parliament and I'd like to thank all those who have supported me during that time. I have lived in the area for over 35 years and brought up my family here, and I care deeply about local issues. I promise to do all I can to work for, and with, all the people who live in this area.

On this site you can find details of my recent activities in the constituency and in Westminster, the campaigns I am involved in and speeches I have made. I hope that you will feel connected to the work I do supporting constituents and local causes. If you have any comments, do not hesitate to contact me.

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Annette Brooke MP

14 York Road

Broadstone

BH18 8ET

Talk to me ......... Phone 01202 693 555

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Recent updates

  • Annette at the Our Best Friends event in Parliament.
    Article: Apr 1, 2014

    Annette Brooke, MP for Mid Dorset and North Poole, attended the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection's Parliamentary Reception on March 26th in order to discover more about their Our Best Friends campaign and why they wish to bring all UK experiments on cats and dogs to an end.

    Government statistics show that 3,214 dogs and 202 cats suffered in tests in Great Britain in 2012. This is a 6% increase for dogs and a 32% increase for cats on the previous year. Most experiments carried out on dogs are for toxicity testing. The dogs may be injected with or force fed drugs and chemicals and then observed for signs of adverse (toxic) effects including vomiting, internal bleeding and organ damage, seizures - even death. They are killed at the end of the experiment. Cats are often used in fundamental biological research. This usually focuses on the visual and nervous system and can involve experiments in which cats are deprived of their sight or subjected to lengthy, invasive brain experiments from which they do not recover.

  • Annette at the Cancer Research event in Parliament
    Article: Mar 31, 2014

    Annette Brooke, MP for Mid Dorset and North Poole, attended Cancer Research UK's parliamentary event to discover more about the power of research which, every week, saves more than five times as many lives as there are seats in the chamber of the House of Commons.

    This astonishing fact means over 2,800 people will survive cancer every week thanks to research.

  • Article: Mar 31, 2014

    Broadstone Middle School Girls' football team were victorious in the final of the Football League's 6 a side tournament for school girls' teams on Sunday! They were representing AFC Bournemouth and were playing Thomas Telford School representing Shrewsbury Town at world famous Wembley Stadium.

    The match took place on Sunday 30th March ahead of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final. Annette was there to watch the girls win and cheered them on during the match. She was then very proud to be able to present the trophy and other post match prizes to the girls.

  • Article: Mar 26, 2014

    Annette Brooke, MP for Mid Dorset and North Poole, yesterday asked the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg MP about a growth deal that would bring significant benefits to Dorset.

    In the House of Commons, Annette asked the Deputy Prime Minister how he will ensure Dorset benefits from a growth deal "that builds on the opportunities of our air and sea ports, and the high potential for growth and job creation in a number of spheres?", pointing out that Dorset does have significant pockets of deprivation.

  • Article: Mar 25, 2014

    Annette Brooke, MP for Mid Dorset and North Poole, gave a speech in the House of Commons yesterday praising many significant Coalition Government policies in last week's Budget.

    Annette opened by welcoming the "rising employment, falling inflation and rising economic growth, which is now expected to be 2.7% in 2014", with the UK economy set to grow faster than any other G7 nation.

  • Article: Mar 25, 2014

    Annette Brooke, MP for Mid Dorset and North Poole, contributed to Education Questions in the House of Commons yesterday by again raising the issue of summer-born school children.

    Annette opened by welcoming the new guidance that had been produced on summer-born children starting school at aged 5 in the reception year. Annette went on to ask if Ministers were aware that there have been cases where school admissions authorities have given varied responses to parental requests on summer-born children. Annette asked Ministers what action they will take as a result of this occurring.

  • Article: Mar 24, 2014

    World TB Day - 24th March

    Every year over 1 million people die from a disease that many people consider to have already been eradicated. TB is airborne, infectious, drug-resistant and found in every country in the world, and yet in the UK, more people associate it with badgers than they do with humans.

  • Article: Mar 21, 2014

    A new law that will extend the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and see far harsher punishments for owners of dangerous dogs has recently received Royal Assent.

    Amendments to the Dangerous Dogs Act in England and Wales, the first significant changes in 23 years, will see tougher dog control laws introduced in early May.

  • Article: Mar 19, 2014

    An £800 income tax cut for people in Mid Dorset and North Poole is the real budget boost, Annette Brooke MP said today.

    The budget revealed plans to increase the personal allowance from April 2015 and put an extra £100 back in taxpayers' pockets.

    Lib Dems have already delivered on a £700 tax cut for low to middle earners, but today's news goes even further for hardworking people.

  • Article: Mar 13, 2014

    Annette Brooke, MP for Mid Dorset and North Poole, today received well deserved praise from the Schools Minister David Laws MP who was announcing the Government's new Fair Funding for Schools policy consultation.

    Annette has long pushed to increase the funding that Dorset and Poole education authorities receive. In his opening remarks in the House of Commons, Mr Laws singled out Annette with special praise: "I also pay tribute to my hon. Friend the Member for Mid Dorset and North Poole (Annette Brooke), who tells me that she first raised the issue 13 years ago in her maiden speech. Most of her campaigns deliver success over a shorter time scale. I hope she will be pleased with the announcement today".

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