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Brain Injury Reception, Speaker’s House, Westminster

I was delighted to attend a reception for Acquired Brain Injury survivors organised by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).

The aim of the event was to raise awareness of ABI, and the need to improve neurorehabilitation services across the UK. 

Visit to AMETEK Airtechnology in Sunbury

I was delighted to visit AMETEK’s facility in Sunbury and meet the teams who are contributing to various aircraft programmes such as the Joint Strike Fighter F-35 and Airbus A350. 

Traveller Sites

I am aware that traveller sites have sprung up across Spelthorne in the past few days. I believe that these sites are moving around various locations, and some of the travellers have destroyed bollards, padlocks and other measures designed to protect our parks and green spaces to gain access.

Grenfell Tower fire

Grenfell Tower fire: Survivors in emergency housing 12 months on

Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire will still be living in emergency accommodation 12 months after the tragedy, the government has confirmed.

Grenfell campaigners 'won the argument' over inquiry panel

Campaigners who demanded changes to the Grenfell Tower fire inquiry have "won their argument", a government minister has said.

In a U-turn, Theresa May announced last week that two experts would sit with the judge investigating the fire.

City of London warns ministers on immigration in Brexit deal

Central government’s number one priority around Brexit right now must be to provide clarity for the City of London on the status of EU workers living here, and those wishing to live here in future, according to the body representing the financial centre.