Sacking Southern still an option says Minister!

In the latest stage of his campaign to sack Southern Rail, Carshalton & Wallington MP Tom Brake took his request for decisive action to the Rail Minister, Jo Johnson.


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Mud, sweat and tears: Team Brake Defeat the Tough Mudder

Tom Brake MP and five members of Team Brake took on and demolished the Tough Mudder last month to raise money for Sutton Mental Health Foundation.


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Brake: Celebrating Pride in London

Tom Brake MP joined thousands at the Pride March in London earlier this month to celebrate the LGBT+ community. Tom marched alongside the Lib Dem contingent to celebrate diversity.


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“If rents continue to soar, people will be pushed off the housing ladder” - Brake

Rents across London have soared over the last six years whilst wages have fallen far behind.
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Big Lottery Fund announces big funding in Carshalton & Wallington

‘Two Big Lottery Fund announcements could make a big impact here’ according to Tom Brake MP.  


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Carshalton & Wallington residents say “thank you” to St Helier staff

Tom Brake MP will be celebrating the 70th birthday of the National Health Service by presenting a massive card to St Helier Hospital. Hundreds of residents have already signed the card, using the opportunity to thank staff for their dedication and hard work.


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Grayling must depart without delay - Brake

Tom Brake MP chastised the Government about the ongoing rail chaos during an Urgent Question in Parliament this week.


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Join Neighbourhood Watch and keep Sutton safe - Brake

Tom Brake MP is encouraging local residents to help keep Sutton one of the safest boroughs in London by joining Sutton Neighbourhood Watch.


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Brake celebrates 10th Anniversary of St Helier Festival

Last month, Tom Brake MP joined local residents at the ever-popular St Helier Community & Music Festival to celebrate the event’s 10th anniversary.


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National Garden Scheme brightens up the borough

Tom Brake MP recently met with local resident Clare Brain who kindly opened her lovely back garden to the public for the National Garden Scheme.


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