Robin Walker – Member of Parliament for Worcester

Welcome to my website. My name is Robin Walker and I am the Member of Parliament for Worcester.

I was first elected in May 2010 and since then I have been hard at work representing Worcester’s interests at Westminster. It is a privilege to represent this great city and fight for the interests of the people of Worcester. In 2015 I was re-elected with an increased majority and share of the vote, and I am honoured to have been given the opportunity once again to speak up for Worcester. I was again re-elected in the 2017 General Election and I am delighted to continue to represent this great city.

Photo of Robin Walker with Theresa May. Click to enlarge image

My plan for Worcester

Continue to campaign for a £29m capital expansion at our local hospitals, following the £2.5m interim funding secured last year and the £1m extra announced in April to help reduce waiting times. I will continue to speak up for a new medical school and support for mental health. If re-elected, I will keep campaigning for the expansion of the Worcestershire Royal A&E, new faciliites and more funding for full time staff.

Having led campaigns for a national funding formula to deliver a fairer deal for Worcestershire’s schools, which has delivered £6.7m for schools since 2014, and under further proposals an extra £9m over the next two years, but I will keep pressing for more. 

Unemployment in Worcester has more than halved with apprenticeships doubling since 2010. I championed growth in apprenticeships in both quantity and quality. Since 2015, pay has been rising in Worcester above inflation and the national average and I want to continue to see this rise. 

Pressing for full dualling of the Southern Link, including the Carrington Bridge. I will keep campaigning for road upgrades, rail improvements and new cycle routes for Worcester. In addition, I will continue to campaign for residents’ parking and low parking charges.

Over the last seven years it’s been a privilege to be Worcester’s man in Westminster, speaking up for this great city I’ve known and loved all my life. I am ambitious for Worcester and I want our city to continue to thrive. 
I knock on doors all year round to hear from local residents and have held hundreds of surgeries helping thousands of individuals and families. Re-electing me will help secure our country’s future, but just as importantly, an MP who speaks up for Worcester. 

Walker hails No. 10 announcement of £25 million for hospices, a welcome boost for St Richard’s in Worcester

Worcester’s MP, Robin Walker, has praised the Prime Minister’s announcement of a £25 million cash injection for the country’s hospices. This funding will secure the future of hundreds of hospice facilities across the country, ensuring that those entering end of life care will be supported appropriately. The Prime Minister has…

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