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Lichfield and Burntwood MP Michael Fabricant says he is pleased to be able to be part of an “historic occasion” when he asks a question of Theresa May during her final day in office.

Michael Fabricant

The Conservative PM will hand in her resignation to the Queen on Wednesday (24th July) following Prime Minister’s Questions.

Mr Fabricant will ask a question about her view of the performance of the West Midlands Combined Authority at Mrs May’s final session.

“It is always an honour to ask a formal question of the Prime Minister,” the Lichfield MP said. “But this will be an historic occasion being the last Prime Minister’s Questions of Theresa May. 

“I expect it will be quite an exciting yet emotional occasion.”


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10 replies on “Lichfield MP pleased to be part of “historic occasion” by asking formal question of Theresa May on her final day as Prime Minister”

  1. Profile, Mike….profile!! Perhaps one day you’ll have time to represent your constituency in between your reality TV shows, racist and sexist outbursts, and shameless self promotion, but I doubt it.

  2. Dear Mr Fabricant

    Please could you use your time in Parliament to talk about your beloved City of Lichfield rather than an area we are not part of?

    How about you ask about the main thing your voting residents are currently interested in?

    Please ask about the proposed closure of Friary Grange Leisure Centre, which will leave Lichfield as the only city in the UK without access to public swimming pool – or how the disabled access to gym equipment will be lost all because the two councils representing us are arguing over buildings and neither will provide funds to keep the centre open. You could also ask if the conversion of a school to an academy should be detrimental to the wider community, as the conversion of Friary School appears to be.

    Sort it out Michael, support your own community!

  3. Darryl you may mock but I sit here and wonder what state the politic of our great nation would be in had we not enjoyed the last few years under the guidance of such a strong and stable leader as Mrs May.

    I would also like to take this opportunity to thank all the dyed in the wool Tory voters located in Lichfield Village for once again voting in a blue council to represent our interests and steer us through the next few years. If the last decade is anything to go by I’m looking forward with great excitement to the next few years under such forward thinking stewardship.

  4. Andy Street ,Fabricants friend is Mayor of the combined local authority ,I’d of thought bring an ardent Brexiteer Michael would be opposed to it .
    I wonder if the increase in knife and gun crime will be mentioned ,is Lichfield being eyed up with it green fields ripe for building on to join this costly Authority? .

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