Speaking in the House of Commons, Anne Main backs an early General Election as it will ensure the best possible outcome for the country in the negotiations to leave the European Union.
Anne said: ‘I know that this Government, who have delivered so much already and have so much more to deliver, will have resonance with the British public when they look at what is on offer from the other parties, which are divided, wrangling, scaremongering and in Brexit denial. This Government will give us the best deal for all our businesses and all our constituencies’.
Speaking in a debate on the cost of car insurance for young people, Anne Main calls for insurance companies to more accountable and to justify the way premiums work.
Anne Main calls for a better link up between Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and schools to help manage conditions such as autism and enable children who have autism to easily access curricular and extracurricular activities.
Anne Main rejects calls for the Government to retract the offer of a State Visit for President Trump as, whether we agree with some of this views or not, he is the democratically elected President of a close and valuable ally.
Anne Main rejects amendments to the Article 50 Bill calling for impact assessments, as they are back-door attempts to prevent or delay the Government triggering Article 50 and getting on with implementing the will of the British people as expressed in the referendum.