Rehman, along with Rochester and Strood MP Kelly Tolhurst, met with the Health Secretary Matt Hancock to get an update on stroke services for Medway. Rehman discussed how it is vital that Medway retains the local stroke services in line with the needs of the area.
As someone who resigned as a Conservative Party Vice Chair & Government Trade Envoy in 2018 due to concerns over the backstop in the draft Withdrawal Agreement, in Saturday's Parliamentary session Rehman confirmed with the Brexit Secretary that the backstop has been completely removed and all
Rehman held his MP Street Surgery in Rainham Shops with councillors to listen to local residents views on EU Brexit Vote on Saturday. All residents Rehman spoke to supported the PM's new deal to deliver Brexit and deliver on the 2016 referendum result.
Rehman, in his role as the Prime Minister's Special Envoy for Freedom of Religion or Belief attended the Canonisation of Cardinal Newman in the Vatican as part of the British delegation led by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
Rehman returned from Party Conference to meet with local residents and discuss what they want to see from the government, including investment in public services, lower taxes, more job opportunities and getting Brexit done.