04 DEC 2014

Christopher Pincher comments on David Cameron's immigration plans

Christopher Pincher, Member of Parliament for Tamworth and surrounding villages, has commented on the latest plans announced by the Prime Minister, David Cameron, to curb the number of EU migrants who come to the Britain. The speech made by the Prime Minister last week in Uttoxeter set out his plan...

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04 DEC 2014

Christopher Pincher raises karting track issue in Parliament

Christopher Pincher, Member of Parliament for Tamworth, asked the Leader of the House of Commons, William Hague, for a debate highlight the issues of cross-border planning such as the go-Karting track in North Warwickshire which affects residents of Tamworth. During Business questions Mr Pincher as...

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02 DEC 2014

Christopher Pincher welcomes investment in local road network.

Christopher Pincher, Member of Parliament for Tamworth, has welcomed news from the Department for Transport that £1.4bn will be invested in the region's roads creating an estimated 900 new jobs. This investment is part of the Government's wider £15bn 'Road Investment Strategy' announced ...

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24 NOV 2014

MP Thanks Businesses For Attending Local Export Drive Conference

Tamworth's Member of Parliament, Christopher Pincher, this week thanked all the experts and local firms that attended his Export Support Event at Drayton Manor. Eleven local businesses joined the early morning breakfast event to hear from Santander, UK Trade & Investment team from the Foreign Of...

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20 NOV 2014

Pincher Welcomes News from Sir Robert Peel as Trust Delays Changes.

Christopher Pincher, Member of Parliament for Tamworth and surrounding villages, has welcomed the announcement from the Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust that there will be no change to services at Sir Robert Peel hospital until at least the summer of 2015. Hospital chiefs have put on hold plan...

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With respect to the Trust `marketing the Robert Peel services to the public` I am a member of the public and this has not happened. When I turned up at the minor injuries clinic with a daughter in severe pain from a kidney infection, we were told by the nurse who treated her that we should not have gone there. And my GP practice is telling people to consult a pharmacist in the first instance. 111 directs everyone to Good Hope. The NHS does not have a clear message for the public as where it should go and with what. There are mixed messages coming from all the different first points of contact. This means that it looks as if the minor injuries clinic is under-utilised. It is impossible to park at Good Hope, full stop. It is also too difficult to travel to in any other way. Therefore the Robert Peel minor injuries unit should be the designated place to go and there should be a consistent, across the board message that says so.
- Alison Chester-Lambert

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