Berwick MP to be in the national spotlight today as a panellist on Radio 4's Any Questions?
Berwick MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan is appearing on BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions? tonight.
The Conservative MP was recently appointed Minister of State for Business, Energy and Clean Growth.
She is also the UK’s International Champion on Adaptation and Resilience for the COP26 Presidency, helping to drive forward global ambition and action to support countries on the frontline of climate change to adapt to its impacts and build resilience.
She said: “It is always a pleasure to discuss and debate issues and ideas and to talk about the fantastic work the UK is doing as part of our COP 26 presidency.
"We are not short on news at present, and I look forward to discussing the week’s events on Any Questions this evening!”
Also appearing on the political debate programme presented by Chris Mason are columnist Kate Andrews, Labour MP David Lammy and The Green Party’s Larry Sanders.
It is broadcast at 8pm tonight (Friday) and repeated at 1.10pm on Saturday.