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Cut Taxes, Build Houses, Stop Channel Crossings

Sir Edward Leigh, the Conservative Member of Parliament for Gainsborough, has urged the Government to cut taxes to help vulnerable people, build more housing, and worker harder to curtail illegal immigration.

Reduce the Burden on Working Families

Sir Edward Leigh has pressed the Chancellor of the Exchequer to provide immediate relief to working families when he makes his budget statement later this year.

Putin Bans Gainsborough MP

The Russian government announced it is introducing sanctions against Sir Edward Leigh, the Conservative Member of Parliament for Gainsborough, and over two hundred other British MPs who have supported the UK Government’s response to the invasion of Ukraine.

Sir Edward: Putin is the leader who should go, not Boris

Sir Edward Leigh, the Conservative Member of Parliament for Gainsborough, has said in response to the "Partygate" scandal that it is the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, who should go, not the British prime minister.

Statement on the Prime Minister and Fixed Penalty Notices

Sir Edward Leigh has made the following statement:

The Prime Minister continues to enjoy my full confidence.

In the middle of the worst crisis in Europe since the Second World War, it would be madness to give Putin the satisfaction of our Prime Minister being removed.

Evidence Shows Women's Health Threatened by At-Home Abortion

Sir Edward Leigh, the Conservative Member of Parliament for Gainsborough, spoke in the debate on the Lords amendment to the Health and Social Care Bill which would have made permanent the temporary permission for at-home medical abortions to take place.

Government Must Be Robust and Hold the Line

Sir Edward Leigh, the Conservative Member of Parliament for Gainsborough, spoke in the debate over the Lords Amendments to the Nationality and Borders Bill on Tuesday 22 March 2022.

Take Back Control and Stop Cross-Channel Migration

Sir Edward Leigh, the Conservative Member of Parliament for Gainsborough, urged MPs to reject attempts by the House of Lords to water down the Government's bill that would create strong controls on migration and borders.