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Villiers visits Janmashtami festival at Bhaktivedanta Manor

The annual Janmashtami festival at Bhaktivedanta Manor kicked off yesterday and Theresa Villiers, MP for Chipping Barnet, was one of the thousands of people who went along to the Hare Krishna centre in Aldenham to mark this special occasion in the Hindu calendar.

Villiers welcomes step forward on Crossrail 2

A week after signing a letter calling for additional backing for Crossrail 2, local MP Theresa Villiers has welcomed the news that Transport Secretary Chris Grayling held a productive meeting with the London Mayor to discuss ways forward for the project.

Save Barnet Police Station!

News has broken that High Barnet police station faces the axe from London’s Labour Mayor, Sadiq Khan. The station was earmarked for closure once before but it was kept open by the then-Mayor, Boris Johnson, after pressure from Theresa Villiers. It currently serves the Chipping Barnet constituency.

Conservatives call for Cypriot unity on 43rd anniversary of invasion

Ahead of the 43rd anniversary of the 1974 invasion of Cyprus, the President and Parliament Chairman of Conservatives for Cyprus, Theresa Villiers MP and Matthew Offord MP respectively, have called on Minister for Europe Alan Duncan to support the ongoing reconciliation and negotiation process in Cyprus.

Villiers welcomes increase in school funding

Theresa Villiers, MP for Chipping Barnet, has welcomed the Government’s announcement of an extra £1.3bn spending for schools, and pledged to continue to campaign to ensure Barnet schools get their fair share of resources.

Response to emails on the Democratic Unionist Party

In response to the emails she has received regarding the confidence and supply agreement between the Conservatives and the Democratic Unionist Party, Theresa Villiers has written the following article (published in the Sunday Express on 2nd July):