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Last week Christopher Pincher, Member of Parliament for Tamworth and surrounding villages, spoke up in the House of Commons about the rising cost of living. In a debate on fuel prices, Mr Pincher condemned the massive increase in people living in fuel poverty between 2004 and 2010 linked to the inc...
Christopher Pincher, the Member of Parliament for Shenstone, Elford & Tamworth, used his speech in the final debate before the House of Commons' summer recess. The summer adjournment debate is a traditional parliamentary occasion which MPs use to highlight issues and concerns in their own const...
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