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Happy St George's Day from Theresa Villiers

For many years, the day of England’s patron saint, St George, has not received the same attention as those of the saints associated with other parts of the British Isles such as St David.

Best wishes for Holy Week and Happy Easter

As people prepare for Good Friday tomorrow, the most solemn day of the Christian calendar, I would like to wish all my constituents well for the culmination of Holy Week.

World Cancer Day support from Barnet MP

The Rt Hon Theresa Villiers, MP for Chipping Barnet, attended a meeting in Parliament on Wednesday to support World Cancer Day, which takes place this year on Saturday 4th February.

Ending live export of animals

For many years Theresa Villiers has been concerned about live export and live transport of animals for slaughter. She has written the following article setting out some of the key issues and calling for a ban on live exports overseas.

Financial services exports after Brexit

Theresa Villiers has published an article on the Conservative Home website setting out a way forward for the City and the UK's financial services sector in the post-Brexit world....

Villiers: expand Gatwick not Heathrow

Theresa Villiers served as Aviation Minister from 2010 to 2012 and has published an article in today’s Daily Telegraph on why expanding Gatwick is a much better option than building a third runway at Heathrow.

Leaving Government - statement by Theresa Villiers MP

I regret to say that I have left the Government. The new Prime Minister was kind enough to offer me a role but it was not one which I felt I could take on.I am very grateful to have been given the opportunity to serve on the front bench for 11 years, first in the Shadow Cabinet, then as Transport Minister, and finally as Secretary of State for Northern Ireland for four years in David Cameron's Cabinet.

Dubs amendment accepted

In response to the many emails she has received on unaccompanied refugee children in Europe, Theresa Villiers has issued the following statement about the Government’s decision to accept the Dubs amendment on this issue.

Reductions to disability benefits cancelled

Theresa Villiers has received around 200 emails from constituents expressing their opposition to proposed changes to Personal Independence Payments to disabled people (PIP). These have now been cancelled and Theresa Villiers has issued the following statement in response to the representations she has received on this issue.