The announcement in the Queen’s Speech that the Government will strive to improve the lives of children and families has been warmly welcomed by Brian Binley M.P. as a chance to redress the problems in the current family law system.
Brian Binley MP has urged the Government to use the Queen’s Speech next week as an opportunity to dictate the political agenda for the future and take back the momentum from Labour.
Brian Binley M.P. has secured an alteration to a paper on the situation in Syria during last week’s Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.
Brian Binley M.P. has said that the description by the Transport Secretary of the proposed new station at Northampton as ‘compelling’ is the strongest evidence of support to date.
Brian Binley used the example of the Northampton Alive project to inform Parliamentary colleagues about the importance of public involvement in regeneration schemes.
Brian Binley MP has pressed the Home Office to ensure that British interests are protected at the forthcoming Brighton conference on the European Court of Human Rights. He is concerned that the leaked communiqué to be discussed at the conference appears to show that the UK’s proposals have been watered down.
The House of Commons contains some exceptional and even rather eccentric characters. But Michael Ellis, Member of Parliament for Northampton North, supposes you already assumed that.
Northampton Borough Council have unveiled plans for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. People from Northampton and across the county are invited to celebrate at a huge, open-air picnic at historic Delapre Park.
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee will take place over an extended weekend from the 2nd to the 5th of June 2012, and Northampton Borough Council wants to do all it can to mark this historic occasion.
Responding to today’s Budget Statement delivered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the House of Commons, Brian Binley M.P. has warned that growth must remain the immediate, pressing priority of every part of Government.