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Important notice: From 3rd May 2017, there are no MPs until after the General Election on June 8th. Much of the content on this website was created when I was an MP. I am now the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Ruislip Northwood & Pinner. My office in Westminster is now closed, but my office in Ruislip Northwood & Pinner will remain open. I will only be able to do urgent pieces of casework. You can contact me at nickhurdconservatives@gmail.com or call the office on 01923 822 876. It has been a real honour and pleasure to serve this area in Parliament.

May 2011 Monthly Archives

Nick Hurd MP talks to students at Hatch End High School

May 17, 2011

Hatch End High School

Students in year 9 had the opportunity to meet Nick Hurd MP for Pinner, Northwood and Ruislip and Minister for the Civil Society to ask him questions on a range of local, national and global issues.

Some of the topics discussed were; the government’s proposal to raise tuition fees, dealing with the current financial deficit as well as the current crisis in Libya and the decision to implement a “no fly zone”. The students found the talk extremely interesting and asked some excellent questions.

HS2 Update

May 12, 2011

Nick comments on the HS2 consultation.

Nick Hurd MP said:
“I am very aware that many of my constituents have very serious concerns about both the principle of HS2 and this proposed route. This goes well beyond those whose homes are directly affected. There is a general feeling that the price of this route is too high; not least in terms of blight and damage to precious landscapes. There is also a great deal of frustration with the consultation process and the lack of detail available to the public. With my colleagues in Parliament and Hillingdon Council, I will continue to represent those concerns to the highest level of government.

“Personally, I believe that this country will need High Speed Rail in the future. But we need to get that big decision right both in terms of timing and route. All intelligent options need to be explored. That is why it is so important that Government minds remain open during this consultation.”