One of the greatest challenges facing all of us in Swindon is the need to change the way in which our town is perceived in the media and elsewhere. Far too often, we are referred to in less than complimentary terms, usually by people who have never been here. This has to change, which in is why
A brief read of the newspapers and news websites might suggest that Brexit is the only issue occupying the minds of MPs at the moment, but that couldn't be more wrong. The need for more housing built in the right places continues is a priority for the Government.
In his Role as Solicitor General, Robert Buckland MP recently visited pupils from Adel Primary School in Leeds where he used the classic fairytale, Goldilocks, to help the children learn about the legal system, courts and the people who appear in them in an interesting and enjoyable way.
South Swindon MP Robert Buckland visited Swindon Foyer on Friday 27 January 2017 along with the Leader of Swindon Borough Council, Cllr David Renard and Cabinet Member for Housing and Homelessness, Cllr Oliver Donachie to meet the Foyer’s young residents and take part in a life skills workshop.
May I thank the Swindon Philosophical Society for extending another invitation to me to speak. I can only conclude that my offering last time found at least some favour, for which I am most grateful. Can I at the outset of my remarks make an admission: I am not a philosopher. I am a practisin
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