• Working Hard
    for Harlow
    and the Villages

    Get in touch with Robert and see how your local Conservative Team is working hard for Harlow, Hastingwood, Matching, Nazeing, Roydon & Sheering.


Congratulations to @halfon4harlowMP for his hard work to bring Public Health England to #Harlow #PartyOfWorkers


I will be meeting with Arriva this weekend to discuss issues raised by residents about the bus services in and around Harlow. If anyone has any particular questions or matters that they would like me to raise with them, please comment below or email me at halfon4harlow@roberthalfon.com. ... See MoreSee Less

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The EU has been an incredibly difficult issue for me. For this reason, I was incredibly proud that the Prime Minister kept his promise to have a referendum so that Harlow and the British people were able to make the decision that they believed was right for our country.

I always said that whilst my heart said leave, my head said stay. Many Harlow small businesses contacted me saying that they were really worried that Brexit would have an impact on their work with European companies and they were worried that jobs would be lost in Harlow. Since I’ve been MP I’ve done everything possible to try to bring jobs back to our town because this is what makes our town prosperous and enables people to have the means to look after themselves and their families.

I pay tribute to the many Harlow residents who voted for leave and also the smaller number who voted to remain. Given that the vote in Harlow has been so decisive, as MP for the town, I will make it my duty to do my part to ensure that resident’s clear and definitive wishes are followed through in Parliament.

I am sad that David Cameron has announced his resignation. He has done this for honourable reasons. I supported him as Prime Minster because he introduced the National Living Wage, froze fuel duty for many years, cut taxes for lower earners and has pledged billions of pounds of extra spending on the NHS. He has done all this at the same time as getting our economy back on track and creating millions of jobs and apprentices, with more people employed than at any time in our islands history.
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I was honoured and delighted to open a wonderful new Harlow African Restaurant in Harlow recently called Gee's Kitchen. It has opened on Terminus Street in the Town Centre and definitely worth a visit! Congrats to Gloria Ona and her family, I wish you every success with the business! ... See MoreSee Less

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I had a lovely afternoon on Saturday at the St Mary's at Latton Church Summer Fete. I stocked up on the famous Valerie's hot chilli pickled onions whilst I was there - my favourite! ... See MoreSee Less

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Churchill was MP 4 Harlow&Epping 1924-45. Here Grandson @nsoamesmp makes final call for' Britons to vote for Remain #StrongerIn:

Watch this: www.youtube.com/embed/W_lqFciJUBs

Last December, Nick Soames came to visit Harlow's Victoria Theatre, where Churchill made a speech in 1924: m.facebook.com/yourharlow/posts/478088545695723 and here: m.harlowstar.co.uk/nicholas-soames-mp-visits-harlow-remember/story-28268234-detail/story.html
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BioRob lives in Harlow, and was first elected Member of Parliament in 2010 and was re-elected in the 2015 General Election. He was promoted to Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party and now attends Cabinet as a Minister without portfolio in May 2015.

Over the last five years, Robert Halfon has run a number of high-profile campaigns, including Petrol Promise, which called on the Government to lower fuel duty and cut petrol and diesel costs for hard-pressed motorists.

By the end of the last Parliament, he had successfully convinced George Osborne to scrap or delay every planned fuel duty increase since this Government came to power and the Chancellor thanked him in one of his Budgets for his work on this issue.

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