Mike has been happy to support the launch of the Veteran Railcard, which will be available from 11th November 2020. It is quite right that we should show our armed forces how much we value their efforts for our country.
This morning, Mike met with the Barnet Borough Commander for one of their regular meetings to discussing crime and policing in the borough. They discussed recruitment, crime trends in our area and the policing response to issues across our area.
Last week, Mike signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment, in doing so pledging his commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day and honouring those who perished during the Holocaust as well as paying tribute to the extraordinary Holocaust survivors who work tirelessly to educate young
I have examined the revised proposals put forward by Transport for London in detail. I have also met with the developers and Transport for London to discuss the proposed changes to the original plan in some detail.
This week it has been announced that the employment rate is at a record high – and more people are in work than ever before – while unemployment is at its lowest since 1974. This is good news for families, who are also benefiting from another month of rising wages.
On January 15th, Mike and fellow parliamentarians joined survivors of the Holocaust at a reception in Parliament to mark the launch of a new digital campaign urging people to ‘Stand Together’ and commemorate the lives of individuals murdered by the Nazis.
The Government has today introduced a historic NHS Funding Bill to Parliament. This Bill will deliver on the promises we made during last month’s election to give the NHS long-term financial certainty, allowing it to provide the best care possible to patients across the country.
Following feedback received at the public consultation in June 2019, Transport for London has now revised their plans and will be holding a further public consultation to unveil these plans and seek the views of local residents.
I am delighted to have been re-elected as Member of Parliament for Finchley and Golders Green with a majority of 6,562. I wanted to pay a huge thank you for the support shown in me in the General Election.
As I am sure you are aware, there will be a general election on the 12th December. As a result, Parliament will dissolve at 12:01am on Wednesday 6th November. At that point, I will cease to be your MP, and revert to being a candidate.
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