Posted by: Jason's Staff | July 18, 2016

Beechwood Care Home Garden Opening

Jason joined Lord Lieutenant Ingrid Roscoe, The Mayor of Kirklees, Cllr Jim Dodds and children from Dalton School at the opening of the new garden for the Beechwood Leonard Cheshire Care Home in Lindley.

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The event was combined with the home’s 50th Anniversary where the first ever Matron who worked there was also a guest. Jason would like to thank Cummins Turbo Technologies in Huddersfield and National Citizen Service students for their volunteers who helped to create the new garden.  



Posted by: Jason's Staff | July 12, 2016


Jason is delighted that the new leader of the Conservative Party and our next Prime Minister will be Theresa May. “We need strong calm leadership to unite our country at a time when we are going through huge changes economically and politically,” said Jason.

Theresa May with Jason

“Theresa May will negotiate the best deal for Britain in leaving the EU and forge a new role for ourselves in the world. Brexit means Brexit and we’re going to make a success of it. We need a strong, new, and positive vision for the future of our country. A vision of a country that works not for the privileged few but works for every one of us. We’re going to give people more control over their lives, and that’s how together we will build a better Britain.”


Posted by: Jason's Staff | July 6, 2016

Royds Hall at Number 10

Jason joined students from Royds Hall High School this afternoon who were visiting No 10 Downing Street to take part in a number of workshops with The Royal Shakespeare Company to mark the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death.

Royds Hall No10

The students took part in activities which involved acting out the text from some of Shakespeare’s most popular plays. Jason held a Q&A session before they were joined by the Prime Minister, David Cameron, who also answered questions.  


Posted by: Jason's Staff | July 1, 2016


Jason joined the Mayor of Kirklees, the Bishop of Huddersfield, students from Moor End Academy, pupils from St Joseph’s School, veterans and members of the local community in commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of the Somme with readings and prayers at the Tolson Museum in Ravensknowle Park. Later Jason joined the West Yorkshire Regiment in there commemorations at Huddersfield Drill Hall. Hundreds of young men from Huddersfield perished in the one of the bloodiest battles of the Great War.


Posted by: Jason's Staff | June 27, 2016

EU Referendum

The people have spoken and 17,410,742 voted for the UK to leave the European Union. There were no constituency counts but Kirklees voted 55-45 in favour of leaving the European Union.

 I said at the start of the campaign I would respect the result whatever it turned out to be, and the people have spoken. The Prime Minister, Jeremy Corbyn and all the other party leaders have accepted the result and once a new Prime Minister is in place this autumn negotiations will begin for our calm and measured withdrawal from the EU. The Referendum Bill contained no rules on turnout or winning margins, and the result will stand.

It is important now that local MPs unite and we work together to shape a positive future for our nation outside of the EU club as we look to the rest of the world. We must also work together to reject hatred and intolerance.


Posted by: Jason's Staff | June 22, 2016


Jason has already voted with a postal vote to leave the European Union – here is his message of hope and positivity.

Posted by: Jason's Staff | June 22, 2016

Midnight Memory Walk

Jason joined 1,300 walkers for the biggest ever Midnight Memory Walk for Kirkwood Hospice over the weekend. Jason cut the ribbon to start the walk which will raise £95,000 for Kirkwood Hospice.

Midnight Memory Walk

For more information about Kirkwood Hospice please click here


Posted by: Jason's Staff | June 17, 2016

In Memory of JO COX MP

RIP Jo Cox

1974 – 2016

Posted by: Jason's Staff | June 13, 2016


Jason joined thousands of people at the Honley Show this weekend. As always it was a brilliant event and one which Jason, who lives in Honley, always thoroughly enjoys. The Honley Show dates back to 1921, there is always plenty to see and do with animals, arts and crafts and even classic cars on show.

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