Kwasi Kwarteng

Kwasi Kwarteng is the MP for Spelthorne.
He was originally elected as Member of Parliament for Spelthorne in 2010  and was re-elected in May 2015 and again in June 2017.

Kwasi is committed to supporting local enterprise; he regularly visits local business and calls for business-friendly reforms in Parliament. To find the local entrepreneurs of tomorrow, he launched the Spelthorne Business Plan Completion in 2013. This has been run each year since 2013.

Kwasi feels that Spelthorne has a great opportunity to make more of its riverside location and close proximity to central London. He is campaigning to include the Constituency's train stations in TFL's zone 6 and Oyster card scheme.

Heathrow Airport is vital to Spelthorne's economy, and Kwasi is determined to support the airport and ensure that it maintains its global standing. As a member of the Transport Select Committee between June 2010 and July 2013, he pressed for debate on the issue of aviation capacity.

Kwasi was a member of the Work and Pensions Committee. He is involved in a local campaign opposing the construction of a waste incinerator in Charlton Village. He held an adjournment debate in Parliament to highlight local hostility to this.

Spelthorne was badly hit by flooding in early 2014, and Kwasi is working with the local council and the Environment Agency to coordinate a strategy to reduce the risk of floods in the future.

 

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News

Kwasi visited local company Dnata

On the 21st July Kwasi visited local company Dnata based in Stanwell.

Dnata employ around 2000 at their Heathrow operation and are one of the major employers in our borough.

Kwasi was given a tour of the Dnata City operation and discussed local issues faced by the company.

Kwasi Kwarteng made PPS to the Chancellor

Theresa May promotes string of Brexiteers to aides to ministers in order to shore up her authority

No10 have promoted prominent Leave campaigners to the Parliamentary Private Secretary posts

Hustings - General Election 2017

Churches together in Staines and Laleham

Invite you to a

HUSTINGS

All the Parliamentary Candidates for the Spelthorne Constituency have confirmed their attendance.

When?

Friday 2nd June 2017 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm

Where?

Proposed Fire Service cuts in Spelthorne

Joint Open Letter to Spelthorne Residents from: Kwasi Kwarteng, Conservative MP for Spelthorne and Cllr Ian Harvey, Conservative Leader of Spelthorne Borough

MPs voice concerns over Kempton development

KWASI KWARTENG, the Conservative MP for the Spelthorne seat that includes Kempton Park, has been among those to voice opposition to the plan to close the track when the matter was discussed in the House of Commons on Thursday. Racing Post 12/1/2017