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23 Oct
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Politics Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

I am supporting women with breast cancer by dressing up in pink to take part in Breast Cancer Now’s flagship fundraiser, wear it pink, on Friday 23rd October. Along with other parliamentarians I am wearing it pink in Westminster to encourage people across ...

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20 Oct
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Pelsall Poppies

Last weekend I was invited to The Big Poppy Knit, organised by the Pelsall branch of the Royal British Legion.  Their challenge – to the community is to cover the Village Clock with hand knitted poppies, and so last Saturday I joined ...

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15 Oct
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Aldridge Youth Fellowship Question Time, The Poppy Run and a new ambulance for Pelsall Disabled Group

Last weekend was a varied one to say the least. It began after my Constituency Surgery, with a return visit to the Aldridge Youth Fellowship where I was quizzed by young people on a range of subjects from whether or ...

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14 Oct
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Education Matters

School visits are always an enjoyable part of my Parliamentary work, and now that the school holidays are over, and the new term has begun I am keen to continue with these. Last week I spent a delightful morning at ...

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12 Oct
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View From Westminster: Local Newspaper Column

Though the House of Commons has been in recess for the party conference season, this does not mean that Parliamentary and Constituency work stops. It certainly doesn’t. As a member elected to the International Development Select Committee I am part ...

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