Magnificent response to coronavirus crisis from schools

Monday marked the end of the Easter holiday period and the start of the summer term for schools. Schools remain closed until further notice for all but the children of critical workers and vulnerable children. And even during the Easter period most schools remained open for those children.

Help for local businesses

“Over the past week I have contacted a number of small businesses in Bognor and Littlehampton in order to understand how they are dealing with the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. Many are very worried and, while all welcomed the Government’s promise to provide financial relief, a number

Help for constituents stranded abroad

“Over the last two weeks I have received emails from over 30 constituents who have found themselves or have loved ones stranded abroad in countries including New Zealand, USA, and Indonesia as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

The fight against Coronavirus

Coronavirus is a threat to every one of us and presents our country with the biggest challenge since the end of the Second World War. 


I understand that many constituents are very worried about the impact of COVID-19 on their lives, families and their businesses. For the latest official advice and developments, please refer to the following websites which will be regularly updated.

Nick Gibb visits Gusto Wines in Ford

Nick Gibb MP visited Gusto Wines Ltd in Ford Lane, Ford at the invitation of the company’s managing director and founder, Simon Wallace.

Simon established Gusto Wines in 2012 after spending the first part of his career in the wine business, most notably with Diageo.

European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill passes the Commons

The European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill passed its Third Reading in the House of Commons on Thursday 9th January, with a majority of 99 votes (330 votes for the Bill, 231 votes against). Nick Gibb MP's vote was one of the 330 votes in favour of the Bill.