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9 Cross Street, Nelson, BB9 7EN
Tel: 01282 614748
E-mail: pendle@tory.org
House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
Tel: 020 7219 7222
Fax: 020 7219 6385
E-mail: andrew.stephenson.mp@parliament.uk
Surgery Details
Andrew's surgeries are by appointment only and can be booked by calling the Nelson office. A home visit can also be arranged for housebound constituents.

First Saturday of the Month
Nelson Library: 09:15am-10:15am
Colne Library: 10:15am-11:30am
Barnoldswick Civic Hall: 11:45am-12:30pm

Third Saturday of the Month
Brierfield Community Hall: 09:15am-10:00am
Barrowford Parish Rooms: 10:15am-10:45am
Trawden Community Hall: 11:00am-11:30am
Earby Parish Rooms: 11:45am-12:30pm

There is no need to wait for a surgery if an issue is urgent as any constituent can call the Nelson office and arrange to see a caseworker there.
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Conservatives News
Newslinks for Wednesday 22nd November 2017
Budget 1) Hammond plans a ‘prosperous, inclusive’ Britain, with a ‘bright future’ ‘Philip Hammond is preparing to deliver a budget...
22 November 2017, 8:45am
Newslinks for Tuesday 21 November 2017
Brexit 1) Gove and Johnson drop fundamental opposition to increased bill — dependent on good trade deal “Boris Johnson and...
21 November 2017, 8:45am
Newslinks for Monday 20th November 2017
May: A budget, and an industrial strategy, aimed at building a better future ‘This week’s budget will take a balanced...
20 November 2017, 8:30am
Newslinks for Sunday 19th November 2017
Johnson & Gove v May & Davis on transition and contingency “The letter setting out their blueprint for a post-EU...
19 November 2017, 9:00am
Newslinks for Saturday 18th November 2017
Brexit 1) EU threatens to withhold rebate “Europe is threatening to keep back Britain’s final rebate payment of €5 billion as...
18 November 2017, 8:42am
Newslinks for Friday 17th November 2017
Brexit 1) Johnson and May clash over the ‘divorce bill’ “Boris Johnson is blocking plans to increase the £20billion divorce offer...
17 November 2017, 8:38am
Newslinks for Thursday 16th November 2017
May and Hammond ‘locked in Green Belt standoff’ “Theresa May and Philip Hammond were locked in a stand-off over housing last night after...
16 November 2017, 8:36am
Newslinks for Wednesday 15th November 2017
EU 1) Tory rebels pledge to work with Labour on the Withdrawal Bill “Tory Remainers were branded ‘collaborators’ last night as...
15 November 2017, 8:38am
Newslinks for Tuesday 14th November 2017
Parliament will get a ‘take it or leave it’ vote on any Brexit deal ‘David Davis, the Brexit Secretary, announced...
14 November 2017, 8:32am
Newslinks for Monday 13th November 2017
New Johnson-Gove “alliance” born from bonding over “leadership vacuum” “Boris Johnson and Michael Gove have formed a “political alliance of...
13 November 2017, 9:06am
Newslinks for Sunday 12 November 2017
Rebel MPs claim they have 40 letters against the Prime Minister ‘Plotters reveal that 40 Conservative MPs — eight short...
12 November 2017, 9:00am
Newslinks for Saturday 11th November 2017
Budget 1) Hammond aims to be a Green Chancellor with tax increases for diesel drivers “Diesel drivers could face a...
11 November 2017, 8:42am
Newslinks for Friday 10 November 2017
Mordaunt becomes the new International Development Secretary “A female Brexit supporting minister who serves as a Royal Naval reservist has...
10 November 2017, 9:40am
Newslinks for Thursday 9th November 2017
Ministers 1) Patel allies blame Foreign Office for her downfall “Friends of Priti Patel believe that the Foreign Office was...
9 November 2017, 8:37am
Newslinks for Wednesday 8th November 2017
Cabinet 1) Patel teeters on the brink ‘Priti Patel is expected to become the second minister to be forced to...
8 November 2017, 8:30am