Mims Davies MP joined presenter Peter Henley and other guests on BBC Politics South on Sunday 26th June to discuss the week’s news, including the impact of the rail strikes, the cost of living and the results of the by-elections in Wakefield and Tiverton and Honiton.
Mims reiterated that the Conservative party has a mountain to climb in terms of getting the message out about the work the Government is doing. This includes the news that 485,000 people have gone into work thanks to the ‘Way to Work’ campaign. https://jobhelp.campaign.gov.uk/work-coaches/
Mims continues to engage with the party’s leadership, including her colleague, Andrew Griffith MP, the Director of the No10 Policy Unit, in order to keep them up to date on the views of her constituents.
You can watch the full episode on BBC iPlayer here: