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As a practising General Practitioner in the Thames Valley region, I will not be taking industrial action on Thursday, June 21, in protest at the Government’s pension reforms.
The Jubilee went well despite the rain. I saw a large number of impressive cakes, decorations, and the amazing painted story of the Queen’s reign displayed to such good effect in Wokingham Town Hall.
The council tax more than doubled under the previous Government, placing an extra strain on hard-working families and pensioners.
In presenting my Ten Minute Rule Bill in the House of Commons on 22nd of February 2012, I was trying to provoke a national debate.
Wokingham flood campaigner Phiala Mehring stood up at a national conference to have her say on the issues facing people who live on floodplain in the borough and beyond.
It was not the budget I wanted to hear.
It’s been a very busy couple of weeks, despite Parliament once again packing up early for a seasonal break.
This week we are awaiting some important figures to tell us whether the UK economy went forward in the first three months of this year or not.
It’s time to say thank you to all those people, from all parties, who stood as candidates, who went out in the rain to deliver leaflets and canvass views, to give voters a choice last week.