Just Congresbury also reports on the breakfast meeting that John attended with members of CRAG (Congresbury Residents Action Group) to listen to their concerns about the effect that possible development would have on the village...
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John Penrose has opened a unique exercise facility that will allow residents in a Weston home to improve their health and wellbeing.
John Penrose has attended breakfast with members of The Congresbury Residents’ Action Group (CRAG) to discuss their joint concerns about the effect possible development could have on the village of Congresbury.
Weston’s MP John Penrose has welcomed further reforms of the planning system announced in the Productivity Plan which followed last week’s budget.
John Penrose has welcomed the news that the gender pay gap in Weston is one of the lowest in country at just 6.7%.
Weston’s MP, John Penrose, is delighted by news that this week’s budget means 988 of his constituents will stop having to pay income tax by April next year and over 50,000 will have their tax bills cut too.
Today, Wednesday 8th July, the House of Lords Constitution Committee will hold one-off evidence sessions with Cabinet Office Ministers Oliver Letwin MP and John Penrose MP as well as Lord Neuberger and Baroness Hale, President and Deputy President of the Supreme Court.
A short segment from BBC's Sunday Politics where John Penrose, Minister for the Constitution, comments on making Parliament fairer and cheaper for British people by reducing the number of constituency seats (and, therefore, MP's).
In this week's article for the Weston Mercury, John talks about his two days in the Commons as one of the two Ministers in Charge of the Bill that will give the UK that 'In or Out' referendum.
An important part of John's new role as Minister of the Constitution is to raise awareness of the importance and simplicity of voting in important national issues, such as elections and referendums. John has met with a number of organisations that are working to inspire people of all communities and backgrounds to register to vote and thanked them for their hard, ongoing and important work.
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