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GOOD NUTRITION FOR CANCER PATIENTS

This article was written to help publicise meetings being organised by Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, in which they were inviting residents to take part and give their opinions about good nutrition for people who have cancer.

Volunteers Needed by Chilterns Dial-a-ride

After a fantastic early spring Bank Holiday, we are definitely all set to enjoy the many events coming up during a summer of fairs, fetes and fund raisers – even if the weather does manage to do its worst!

Good School Places

I can still remember my Mother telling me how important it is to learn, because education is something that can never be taken away from you.  When I became an MP, I was delighted that parents in my constituency share that belief, passionately, because education is truly transformative.

Bereavement Support Payments (BSP)

It is never easy to face a bereavement and alongside the grief there is always the concern about making the necessary arrangements. For families on lower incomes, the expense can be a tremendous worry.

Unemployment Rate At Its Lowest for 40 Years

Although the recent economic figures showed that there was a slowing in growth in the UK economy, overall the outlook shows improvements. In particular the rate of unemployment is the lowest it has been for 40 years.

Working in the Council of Europe

“As the UK prepares to leave the EU, the Council of Europe will be just as important to us. Indeed, it will become more important to us.”

More funding for sports prosthetics for young people

Being closely involved with the all party parliamentary groups covering limb loss and sepsis, respectively, it was good to see that there is going to be more government funding made available for children with disabilities, so that they can benefit from the latest sports prosthetics.