Monthly Archives: March 2017

Consultation Begins on Iconic Belgrave Site

Keith visited the Peepul Centre to view the new proposals put forward by Henry Boot Ltd the consultants for Sainsburys. The suggestions include entertainment, housing and retail.

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The sands of time are running out for Yemen

The below article was originally published in Politics Home and the House Magazine. The conflict in Yemen has divided a country, divided the Middle East and divided opinion in the House of Commons. This is not just figurative language. Northern Yemen … Continue reading

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Weekly Office Statistics – 3rd of March 2017

Weekly Office Statistics – 3rd of March 2017: -231 Cases taken up –97 Visitors to Casework Centre –8 Surgeries Held –16 hours of Surgeries –21 Cases referred to other MPs –18 Cases referred to Councillors or outside agencies –213 Letters … Continue reading

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Senior Judiciary Appointments (Disregard of Age of Candidates) Bill 2016-17

Keith has presented a Bill to the House of Commons regarding Senior Judiciary Appointments. The Bill’s long and short titles can be found below: Summary of the Senior Judiciary Appointments (Disregard of Age of Candidates) Bill 2016-17 A Bill to … Continue reading

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APPG for Diabetes meeting on the safety and inclusion of children with medical conditions at school

The All Party Parliamentary Group for Diabetes, which Keith chairs, held a meeting on Wednesday 1st March 2017 into the safety and inclusion of children with medical conditions at school. The meeting was Co-Chaired by Caroline Ansell MP, representing the … Continue reading

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