Marcus wears it pink for charity fundraiser

Marcus Jones MP, MP for Nuneaton added a splash of pink to his usual attire to support Breast Cancer Now’s wear it pink fundraiser, which will take place on Friday 19 October to raise money for vital breast cancer research. 

MPs back residents’ petition against excessive housing target

The voices in Parliament of Nuneaton, Bedworth and Bulkington have joined forces to call on Labour-led Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council to finally listen to residents and review their massive target of approximately 15,000 new houses across the Borough.

Marcus reappointed as Minister

Delighted to confirm that Marcus Jones has been reappointed as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Local Government) in the Department for Communities and Local Government.


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Manchester Terrorist Attack

My thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends of those killed and injured in the bombing in Manchester overnight.

As a mark of respect, I have suspended campaigning today.





“I am delighted that the CPS have at last agreed that, as I have said all along, that I have no case to answer, in respect of my Return of Election Expenses following the 2015 General Election.

Marcus chosen for Nuneaton

Marcus Jones has been unanimously chosen to be the Conservative candidate for Nuneaton at the election to be held on 8th June.

Action to reduce homelessness

Nuneaton’s MP, Marcus Jones, today said:

“After many months of work leading for the Government on the Homeless Reduction Bill, I am delighted that the Bill has today received Royal Assent and has now become the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017.

Marcus's Column

Statement from Marcus Jones about the General Election

Over the past seven years I have said in this column, on a number of occasions, that we live in an extraordinary time in British political history.