Christopher Pincher MP was elected to represent the Tamworth constituency in May 2010. There are a variety of tools here to assist you in discovering what he is doing in the House of Commons and around Tamworth and its surrounding villages. From regular news posts linked to his policy statements to an in-depth overview of what the constituency office can do for you; there is a wealth of information here which you are encouraged to explore.


17 APR 2014

Christopher Pincher welcomes the announcement of a new Automotive and Engineering Hub in Tamworth

Christopher Pincher, Member of Parliament for Tamworth and surrounding villages, welcomed the announcement of a new Automotive and Engineering Hub...


17 APR 2014

Christopher Pincher welcomes latest inflation figures

Christopher Pincher, Member of Parliament for Tamworth, welcomed figures released this week which shows, for the first time since the recession, wages...


17 APR 2014

MP welcomes fall in Tamworth unemployment

Christopher Pincher, Member of Parliament for Tamworth, welcomed figures released this week which show unemployment in Tamworth has fallen once again...



Business of the House (10 Apr 2014)
Christopher Pincher: As this is export week, will the Leader of the House grant time to discuss the value of local export drives such as the one that I am organising in Tamworth with UK Trade & Investment, and the help that local retail banks can provide in sponsoring and promoting those events? We often hear about the less attractive side of banking, but retail banks can help small businesses to export, and...

Business of the House (3 Apr 2014)
Christopher Pincher: May I associate myself with calls for a second day to debate the HS2 Bill on Second Reading? May I also ask the Leader of the House for a debate on university technical colleges, which are a tremendous way for young people to gain the industry-specific skills they need? Will he encourage Jaguar Land Rover and JCB to co-sponsor a midlands UTC, so that the midlands and Tamworth remain the home...

Energy and Climate Change: Energy Markets (Competition) (3 Apr 2014)
Christopher Pincher: There is already a cash gap between what the big six are planning to spend on infrastructure and the amount that needs to be spent. Does my right hon. Friend agree that a price freeze would serve only to discourage competition, which would reduce investment and place a greater burden on the taxpayer and the consumer?


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