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Wyre Forest MP has raised a question in the House of Commons about flood defences in Bewdley

On Thursday 30th October Mark Garnier asked Dan Rogerson, floods minister for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs “Whilst west bank residents of the Severn in Bewdley have benefited from brilliant flood defences, those on the east bank live with uncertainty of the Environment Agency’s final solution to local flooding. Can I urge my right hon friend to seriously consider demountable flood barriers to protect the east bank residents of Beale’s Corner in Bewdley?”

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Mark Garnier is a constituency MP. While he spends what time he needs to in Parliament, constituents come first, so he's usually in Wyre Forest, listening to your views and concerns.

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31st October 2014

Wyre Forest MP has raised a question in the House of Commons about flood defences in Bewdley

On Thursday 30th October Mark Garnier asked Dan Rogerson, floods minister for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs “Whilst west bank residents of the Severn in Bewdley have benefited from brilliant flood defences, those on the east bank live with uncertainty of the Environment Agency’s final solution to local flooding. Can I urge my right hon friend to seriously consider demountable flood barriers to protect the east bank residents of Beale’s Corner in Bewdley?”

30th October 2014

Lib Dems and Labour reject conservative plans for EU Referendum.


Conservatives trying to deliver a referendum on EU membership had put forward a bill hoping to make the proposed 2017 referendum a legal obligation.
 

30th October 2014

Last week, the new chief executive of NHS England published his report on the state of the NHS and its long term future. It was a welcome report. It concludes that the NHS has improved dramatically in the last few years – the truly shocking spectacle of patients in Mid Staffordshire having to drink water from a flower vase and being neglected in their own filth just over five years ago is something that can never be allowed to happen again and it is right that we have come a long way from the previous situation. But the report also says the NHS can have a better future and that more money spent on improved treatments, and responding to the ageing population, is crucial. Some of this extra spend can come as a result of more efficiencies and slashing unnecessary waste; it can also come as a result of NHS trusts collecting money owed to them by foreign health authorities as a result of foreigners receiving treatment.

 

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Mark Garnier MP asks the Prime Minister about regional hub airports. The full text is here.

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