John Penrose MP has hailed new figures showing a big increase in the number of bank customers switching current accounts, after George Osborne and the Payments Council announced a new, quicker and simpler system for moving banks last year.
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Weston MP John has welcomed new truancy figures released today, showing the number of pupils regularly skipping school in North Somerset has fallen by almost a quarter (23%) since 2010.
Former Tourism Minister and local MP John Penrose worked alongside full-time staff as an assistant at Weston's Tourism Information Centre last Friday, to celebrate English Tourism Week...
The Weston Mercury reports that John Penrose MP has opened a new charity that will tackle antisocial behaviour and obesity in young people in North Somerset villages.
The Weston Mercury reports on the news that benefit claims from young people in Weston out of work, has fallen by more than a quarter in the past year and features comments from John in response.
The Weston Mercury reports on John Penrose MP joining Weston postman Steve Jones for the morning to see how changes to the Royal Mail are taking shape.
John will be doing his bit for Tourism Week on Friday: Weston's Tourist Info Centre have hired him as a temporary assistant!
Weston’s MP John Penrose today welcomed news that local residents can apply to the Heritage Lottery Fund for community projects about Weston’s role in the First World War.
Local MP John Penrose is celebrating today as figures published this week show that unemployment has come down significantly in Weston and the villages. The number of young people claiming Jobseekers’ Allowance fell by over a quarter - 27% - in the last year, and the number of long-term unemployed dropped by almost a third – 30% - as well.
The Weston Mercury reports on John Penrose's delight at the news that more than 1,000 young people started an apprenticeship in the town last year.
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