Francis Maude has been MP for Horsham since 1997. He was Chairman of the Conservative Party May 2005 - July 2007, Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office and Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. If you would like to get in touch, then I would be delighted to hear from you.

The Horsham Parliamentary constituency benefits enormously from its close proximity to Gatwick Airport.  Many people work at Gatwick and commute from it - it's a key part of the regional and local economy.

A regular visitor to Gatwick, Francis is keen

People living in Horsham and Crawley will know that for many years, Francis and Henry Smith, Conservative Spokesman for Crawley, have been campaigning for a new acute hospital for their local communities.

The campaign was sparked when both Francis and Henry began to receive a large volume

Since the very beginning of 2009, one issue more than any other has prompted Francis' constituents to write, e-mail, phone or make an appointment to see him at a local advice surgery - wheel clamping at Jengers Mead in Billingshurst.

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People living in Horsham and Crawley will know that for many years,...
Since the very beginning of 2009, one issue more than any other has...
The Horsham Parliamentary constituency benefits enormously from its...

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