I spoke today in the debate on improvements to disability assessment services. I have been concerned, along with many colleagues in the House, that there were issues with the assessment process and a lack of flexibility and common sense.
Under the Agriculture Bill, farmers will receive rewards proportionate to environmental benefits and the sustainability of food production. Collaborative working on projects will be encouraged where there is a common goal. I fully appreciate that agriculture is devolved and future policy in Sco
If you are seeking funding for a charity project for priority countries abroad, the Secretary of State for International Development, Penny Mordaunt MP, has sent me the following letter containing details on funding opportunities through the Small Charities Challenge Fund. Best of luck with your
I have been contacted by a number of people recently regarding the solar Feed-in Tariff, whereby those with solar panels on their homes are paid for the surplus electricity they put back into the National Grid. After a consultation, the UK Government recently took the decision to end the tariff,
In tonight's Adjournment Debate (the final debate of the day, usually a topic of concern raised by a back-bench MP), I asked if it was right to charge pupils for music tuition. Surely we should be encouraging interest in creative opportunities for young people, not restricting it?
I am pleased to report from the latest employment figures that not only are a record number enjoying the fulfilment of employment but more of those than ever before are women. Wages have also outpaced inflation for the eleventh month in a row.
I spoke today in the Transport for Towns debate in Westminster Hall, in which I stressed to the Minister that "it is important that we invest in affordable, functional and durable transport infrastructure that enhances the ability of our constituents to journey safely within and between our towns
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