A ‘blog’ is short for ‘weblog’ that is defined as: “a regularly updated website or web page, typically one run by an individual or small group, that is written in an informal or conversational style.”
There are currently two blogs available on Rachel’s website.
Rachel’s Blog is where Rachel Maclean MP will write informal and conversational style articles to convey ideas or information in a more accessible way. Rachel’s blog includes updates from Westminster in a diary style, along with updates from Rachel’s work in the constituency.
Rachel’s Guest Blog
From time-to-time Rachel will ask guests to write a piece for her website, which will be published as a guest blog post. This allows Rachel’s constituents to hear from other MPs, or directly from Government ministers and others in the community on a wide range of issues.
Rachel is helping to raise awareness of Redditch’s efforts to raise vital funds for those affected by the devastating floods in Kerala, India. The Redditch Kerala Cultural Association (RKCA) have launched an urgent appeal following the unprecedented flooding in Kerala...read more
I’m often asked what the best part about being an MP is, that’s easy, helping my constituents. As you can imagine I receive hundreds of letters and emails every day from constituents asking me to vote a certain way on a key vote and asking what my view is on a certain...read more
Since I was first elected last June I have been absolutely clear that it is my duty as the MP for Redditch County to deliver the Brexit most of my constituents voted for. Redditch voted for the UK to leave the European Union and that’s what will happen on March 29th...read more
I often hear from residents who want to see a thriving town centre. A town centre which attracts visitors and tourists from far and wide, and a town centre which can compete with our neighbours. That’s why I recently spoke in a debate on the retail sector and how...read more
Rachel Maclean, the MP for Redditch County, has thrown her support behind the town’s press after voting against amendments to the Data Protection Bill which would have restricted press freedom here in the UK. Last week, the Data Protection Bill was approved by MPs and...read more