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1 million charger points

Let us look in more detail at the example of a suitable Green Project as proposed by the EU. Creating a network of charger points is certainly an important idea to persuade more car buyers they would like an electric vehicle. It is range worry that puts lot of people off.

Pay rises for nurses and teachers

Letter received today from RT HON STEVE BARCLAY MP  Chief Secretary to the Treasury

Dear John

I am writing to you regarding today’s announcement of the public sector pay awards for 2020-21.

The EU delays its “rescue” plan

The so called Recovery and Resilience fund agreed after much wrangling on Monday night will do practically nothing to help EU economies recover from the pandemic policies.

A pay rise for public sector workers

We’ve announced that almost 900,000 public sector workers, including doctors, teachers and police officers, will see above-inflation pay rises.

The UK internal market

The government has recently issued a White Paper setting out how the UK’s single market and customs union will work as we leave the EU’s single market and customs union.

More Money for our Schools!

John Redwood MP writes: The government has announced the National Funding formula figures for schools and constituencies. These figures tell us how much money the government has allocated per pupil and per school.

The Trade Bill and trade deals

I have received copies of a couple of lobby letters being sent round asking me to support proper Parliamentary scrutiny of trade deals. Let me put minds at rest.

Exciting step forward for Shinfield Community Centre!

This new £3 million project will bring the local community together. The centre has been designed as a community hub to host a wide variety of activities and events so there will be something for everyone.