Matt Hancock MP explains why he's planning to climb Mont Blanc in the Alps.
West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock reflects on the importance of horseracing to the area.
With the National Lottery licence up for review, Matt Hancock explains how buying your weekly ticket has helped many good causes.
MP Matt Hancock extols the virtues of Suffolk's wildlife and countryside
West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock is taking his dyslexia screening campaign to prisons.
West Suffolk MP tells how he was helped to overcome problems with dyslexia.
MP Matt Hancock is encouraged by the progress being made on tackling climate change in Suffolk.
West Suffolk MP and Health Secretary Matt Hancock reflects on the success of the vaccination programme
We've made gains but we're not out of the woods yet, says Matt Hancock MP.
Matt Hancock on the support being given to students as they return to school
West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock examines the latest developments on the pandemic.
We need to be careful over Christmas, warns MP.
Matt Hancock, MP for West Suffolk, with his monthly update for readers.
West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock uses his monthly column to outline his pro-business beliefs
"Our Special Friends helps people continue to benefit from animal companionship during illness, bereavement or other crises."
By what means are you reading this column? As recently as 10 years ago, the vast majority of us would have been sitting down to read the print edition, maybe at a kitchen table with a cup of coffee or tea. But now, it very well may be on a laptop, a tablet, or increasingly, a smartphone.
You may have seen in the local press recently that there is a push, led by James Palmer, the newly-elected Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, to bring a light railway to Haverhill.
One of the biggest investments in our part of the world in the last few years was the decision to complete the dualling of the A11.
I often write about local issues, but recently a couple of national issues have come to the fore and they have been a constant presence in the media of late and some of the main topics of conversation when I am out and about.
This time of year, one’s mind does not usually turn to schools – September is the time for that.