Steve Brine MP

for Winchester & Chandler's Ford

08 JAN 2013

2020 Vision - An Agenda for Transformation

Steve Brine will join colleagues on Wednesday 9th January at the launch of a new report preparing answers for the big questions about the Britain of tomorrow.

2020 Vision - An Agenda for Transformation seeks to demonstrate that progressive Conservative values will equip our country for the challenges ahead, and the kind of society Conservatives wish to build is one in which people can feel at home with modern Conservatives which remain the inclusive, authentic champions of One Nation politics.

The 2020 Group draws on a broad base of progressive Conservative MP's all of whom are optimistic about Britain's future and wish to provide answers to a question of central importance. What could Britain look like in 2020 after a successful Conservative majority government? Many of the answers involve instilling the modernising values embodied in the original Cameron agenda of 2005, into a new set of radical and forward looking policies that are right for our time and which meet the challenges of a fiercely competitive global economy.

Steve Brine said: "One of the many great things about being a Member of Parliament – especially one in Government - is the ability to influence the debate and play even a small part in the direction our country will travel in years to come.

"The 2020 group are generally, but not exclusively, newly elected Conservative MPs who want to think long-term about where Great Britain can prosper in the future and it's refreshing to be involved in such work.

"I worked, alongside others, on the green economy section and think it presents an ambitious picture of what a decarbonised economy could deliver, not take away, from this country. We hope to now take some of themes of this pamphlet and develop them with Ministers into ideas which will have a chance to be included in the next Conservative General Election manifesto."

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Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Ministry of AYUSH (25 Jul 2018)
Steve Brine: The Department has no plans to hold any such discussions and does not maintain a position on any particular complementary or alternative medicine treatments.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Poverty: Life Expectancy (25 Jul 2018)
Steve Brine: Chapter Four of The Health Profile for England, published in July 2017, presents data comparing the life expectancy for the United Kingdom with that of other European countries for 2015. Chapter 4: European comparisons is available at the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/health-profile-fo r-england/chapter-4-european-comparisons

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: General Practitioners: Waiting Lists (25 Jul 2018)
Steve Brine: The average waiting time for a general practitioner (GP) appointment is not collected or held centrally. In the 2017 GP patient survey 70.8% of respondents (who could remember whether or not they were able to get an appointment, and when they wanted the appointment) stated they saw or spoke to someone at a time they wanted to or sooner. NHS England is working with NHS Digital to consider ways...


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