MP takes Jewish community representatives to meet Schools Minister

Today, Finchley and Golders Green MP, Mike Freer, took representatives from the Jewish community to the Department for Education to meet with the Schools Standards Minister, the Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP. Under discussion were changes to how Relationships & Sex Education is taught in schools.

Local MP meets with Education Secretary following Orthodox Jews’ concerns

MP for Finchley and Golders Green, Mike Freer, today met with the Secretary of State for Education, the Rt Hon Damian Hinds MP, to discuss concerns raised with him by representatives of the Orthodox Jewish Communities about changes to how Relationships and Sex Education is taught in schools.

Mayor Khan must get a grip on violent crime

It would be an understatement to say that I am concerned about crime in London – in particular moped and knife crime. The last couple few weeks have seen several high-profile moped crimes in our area, one even targeting popular comedian Michael McIntyre. Murders, too, are on the rise.

MPs briefed on anti-Semitism by Jewish groups

Mike Freer MP joined members of the All-Party Parliamentary Group Against Anti-Semitism on a fact-finding tour across North London, organised by the Antisemitism Policy Trust.

MP’s campaign bears fruit as work gets underway on breast screening unit

Mike Freer MP has welcomed official confirmation that building work is now underway on the new permanent breast screening unit at Finchley Memorial Hospital, replacing an old mobile unit. The hospital have just released the first image from inside the construction site (pictured).

Making the case for overseas aid

Like all Members of Parliament, I receive hundreds of emails every week from constituents giving their views or asking questions. These range from the big international issues of the day, to relatively small local matters.

Second Pensioners Fayre proves popular in Golders Green

Local MP, Mike Freer, has held his second Pensioners Information and Advice Fayre, this time at Golders Green Parish Church. As with the first event held in Finchley, hundreds of local residents attended.