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.
My diary in this week’s Redditch Standard. Long before social media had even been invented, and while I was leading post-natal support classes for new parents, I was having heated arguments with anti-vaxxers about the need for children to be vaccinated. Sadly today,...read more
The satisfaction & control gained from being able to choose when and where to work can be transformational
My latest article for Freer - a major new initiative from the IEA promoting a freer economy and a freer society. Over the best part of thirty years before coming into Parliament, I started up and scaled a small business in Birmingham. I did this while combining...read more
On Monday (June 24th), I was sat in the Chamber listening to Jeremy Corbyn’s response to the Prime Minister’s statement on last week’s EU Council. I heard him say something I don’t think he’s ever explicitly said before at the dispatch box, and that is there should be a second EU referendum.read more
My Westminster Diary in this week’s (April 10th) Redditch Advertiser: Last weekend, 32 million people across the country saw their taxes cut – saving the typical taxpayer £130 over the year – delivering on our manifesto promise one year early and giving hard-working...read more
This is my Westminster Diary which featured in this week's (April 5th) Redditch Standard: As a Conservative, I believe working people should keep as much of their hard-earned money as possible, receive a fair wage and in keeping taxes as low as possible. On Monday...read more
As Redditch and the whole country prepares for the UK to leave the EU on the 29th of March 2019, the Borough Conservative Group leader, Matt Dormer, writes exclusively for Rachel Maclean's Guest Blogs on how Redditch is ready for whatever comes next and the work he...