Matthew attends Neasden temple with PM

In one of the election campaign's final visits, Prime Minister David Cameron spoke to over a thousand people at the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Neasden. He was accompanied by Matthew who - like the Prime Minister - is a regular visitor to the temple.

Boris offers boost for Burnt Oak

With one week to go until polling day, Matthew returned to Burnt Oak today with London Mayor Boris Johnson. On a walkabout to visit traders and local residents, Matthew and Boris were enthusiastically welcomed everywhere.

Edgware blooms for Boris

Matthew was pleased to bring Boris Johnson to Edgware to meet local residents and shop owners and show him how money from the Mayor's Outer London Fund has been spent to improve Station Road.

Inheritance tax slashed for local families

Matthew was joined in Hendon today by Grant Shapps to welcome the news that a future Conservative Government will take the family home out of inheritance tax. 

Matthew 'pulls a pint' and backs local businesses

Business Minister Matthew Hancock joined Matthew today to visit local businesses in Mill Hill. Small businesses are the lifeblood of our local economy and the Minister was keen to visit successful local ventures as part of his ‘100 businesses in 100 days’ challenge.

Conservative reforms cut local crime by 14%

Matthew was delighted to welcome the Home Secretary, Theresa May, to the Hendon constituency to see how Conservative reforms to the Police Service are having a positive impact in the local area.