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Crawley MP visits local UK Mail depot

Henry Smith MP visited the UK Mail depot in Crawley to tour operations and discuss the company’s recent growth & contribution to the local community.

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Image: UK Mail, DHL, Crawley

Henry Smith MP visited the UK Mail depot on Friday (15 June) in his constituency in Crawley to meet nearly 100 people working on site and delivering parcels in the local area.

The UK Mail depot provides a vital service for local businesses and constituents who rely on UK Mail for e-commerce deliveries and collections.

The 28,070 sqft site has been serving the Crawley constituency and surrounding postcodes since 2012 and handles up to 23,000 parcels a day.

Peter Fuller, CEO, UK Mail said:

“We are delighted Henry Smith has come to visit this key site for our operations and very much welcome his interest in UK Mail and our future. We’re pleased that our Crawley depot makes a contribution to the local area through jobs and servicing local businesses and the growing e-commerce market in Crawley and the wider region.”

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Henry Smith, MP, Crawley said:

“My thanks to UK Mail, part of Deutsche Post DHL, for showing me their impressive Crawley facility. With around 100 people employed I’m grateful for their innovative delivery solutions supporting local businesses and consumers.”

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Henry Smith MP: Getting Brexit done, supporting schools and backing our NHS

In his article this week Henry Smith MP talks Brexit, education and health.

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I often receive messages from Crawley residents – those who voted Leave, and those who voted Remain – who tell me that we need to end the Brexit uncertainty and leave the European Union without delay.

The likes of Jeremy Corbyn, and other leftist party leaders such as Jo Swinson and Nicola Sturgeon, seek to prolong the uncertainty, by delaying or even stopping Brexit, which would cost the UK roughly £1 billion a month net in EU membership.

Their Surrender Bill seeks to require the Prime Minister to ‘immediately’ accept any Brexit delay sought by the EU, irrespective of conditions that may be imposed.

As Parliament is blocking the Prime Minister’s promise to the nation to take Britain out by 31st October, the only solution is a general election – which is also being blocked by the opposition out of fear of what the people will say.

While they seek to overturn the will of the people, this week in Parliament I joined the Prime Minister in the House of Commons division lobby to vote for an early election to get Brexit done.

Last week I also questioned the Education Secretary about the increase to school funding, and asked the Health & Social Care Secretary about innovative genomic medicine which will benefit cancer patients in the decade ahead.

I additionally raised the importance of ensuring that the extra cash for frontline NHS services results in enhanced GP provision and reduced waiting times.

As well as this, I led and secured a parliamentary debate calling for greater involvement of patients in the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare.

There is huge potential for AI to transform the lives of those living with heart and circulatory diseases, including some 11,000 people in Crawley. It is vital that those affected are included fully in discussions about the development and adoption of these new technologies.

Henry Smith MP

Crawley Constituency

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