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Mike Freer MP: Getting households a fair deal on their energy bills

Cheaper energy bills for people across Finchley & Golders Green came one step closer today with Ofgem’s reforms to the energy market. These reforms follow the plans set out by the Prime Minister last year to ensure consumers get the cheapest deal.

Mike Freer Visiting Jesus House

Mike Freer Visited Jesus House in Brent Terrace to help members of the Community pack Hampers of food.

Mike Freer launches new website

Thank you for your support at the last election. Because of you, David Cameron is the first Conservative Prime Minister in 13 years and the Government’s plans to build a strong economy and a big society are in full swing. Now, to help us communicate with you, we've launched this new local website.

Government to bring forward plan to make squatting illegal following campaign by Mike Freer MP

Mike Freer MP today welcomed the announcement by the Justice Secretary, Ken Clark, and the Prime Minister that proposals making squatting a criminal offence in England will be brought forward.  Currently squatting is a civil offence, meaning that those that find their homes occupied have to go through a lengthy court process to regain possession, and the police are powerless to intervene. 

Pardes House Primary secures renovation cash

The Department of Education has announced today that Pardes House Primary School has secured funding to be refurbished.  The school is one of 261 in England that has been awarded funding to be entirely rebuilt or improve its existing buildings.