News

New measures to support disabled pensioners

Not many people know but the Minister for Work and Pensions, Amber Rudd first became aware of how challenging life can be with a disability by her father who became blind in 1981.

Secondary School Appeals

It's the time of year when parents and children receive information on their high school placements.  While some will have got the school the hoped for, others may not be quite so lucky.

Grants and Funding - March

Spring is here and so is a new list of grants and funding opportunities for projects big and small.  Take a look...

February's Casework Statistics

Each month my office produces a summary of casework dealt with on behalf of constituents.  For those interested below is a little breakdown of the types of issues crossing my desk.

Launching Marie Curie's Daffodil Apeal

I joined forces with comedy actor Stephen Mangan and Healthcare Assistance Patricia McDonnell this week to raise awareness for Marie Curie to help them provide support to more people living with a terminal illness.

Getting behind National Apprenticeship Week

Local Tamworth MP Christopher Pincher is supporting National Apprenticeship Week 2019, highlighting the benefits of apprenticeships to employers, individuals, local communities and the wider economy in a week-long celebration of apprenticeships.

Championing British Legion Work

Christopher Pincher MP recently met with The Royal British Legion’s local Area Team Leader David Fairclough to discuss support for the Armed Forces community.

Workplace pensions in Tamworth

I recently received figures that show that around thousands of people across Tamworth are now enrolled in a workplace pension, saving for retirement.

Auto-enrolment was introduced so that workers can save more and have greater financial security and independence in their retirement.

Banning Hezbhollah

A draft order has been laid in Parliament to proscribe Hezbollah in its entirety alongside Ansar ul Islam and JNIM who operate in the Sahel region of Africa.