Angie carried out an online survey on benefit payments. The question was: Is it right to restrict benefit payments so that no benefit recipient receives more than someone in work on the average national wage of about £25,000?

(a) Yes

(b) No

(c) Not sure

82% of respondents said YES, it is right.

18% of respondents siad NO, it is not right.


Angie carried out an online survey on drink driving. The question was: The law currently sets a limit of 80 mg of alcohol per 100 ml of blood as the maximum that can be drunk before driving. The North Review recently recommended that this limit should be brought down, to 50 mg of alcohol per 100 ml of blood, so as to reduce road traffic accidents. Should the limit

(a) Remain the same, at 80mg

or

(b) Be reduced, to 50mg

54% of respondents thought that the limit should remain the same, at 80mg.

46% of respondents thought that the limit should be reduced, to 50mg.


Angie carried out an online survey on dangerous dogs. The question was: Are you concerned that dangerous dogs are blighting our parks and open spaces?

89% of respondents said YES

11% of respondents said NO


During January and February Angie carried out an online survey on the expansion to Heathrow airport. Here are the results:

Q: David Cameron's Conservatives are opposed to a third runway at Heathrow, favouring investment in better train services to major UK cities. What do you think?

Against 3rd runway - 51%

Support 3rd runway - 31%

Unconcerned - 18%



Grotspots!

 

Angie and her team are helping to clear up 'grotty' areas of the constituency. If you have a corner in your neighbourhood  that could do with a spring clean.

Angie's maiden speech

Click here to see Angie's maiden speech

 

As well as being the MP for Ealing Central and Acton, Angie is the Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to the Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General, The Rt Hon Francis Maude MP. She is assisting the Cabinet Office team with a number of Bills as they look to secure their passage through Parliament.