Rob, who is PPS to the Chancellor, has today welcomed the Autumn Statement, which sets out the next steps in the Government’s long-term economic plan.
On Sunday 1st December Rob joined the festivities at the 17th Woodley Winter Extravaganza in the town’s shopping precinct.
Rob Wilson MP stepped in this week to get postal deliveries reinstated to Kinver Walk and Elizabeth Walk, Whitley. Royal Mail had suspended deliveries in April after two dogs caused trouble for posties. Residents have had to collect their post from the Royal Mail’s delivery office 1.3 miles away in Gillette Way.
Rob presented the Hamlet Homes annual "Apprentice of the Year" and Top Performing Apprentice awards to two budding business stars.
Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) will receive approximately £1.6 million in additional cash to support A&E services at The Royal Berkshire Hospital (RBH) this winter, says Rob Wilson MP. The money will be spread across four Clinical Commissioning Groups, in Reading (North and West plus South) Newbury District and Wokingham.
Rob has pledged to support the recommendations set out in a Parliamentary Inquiry report, which has concluded that NHS treatment for pancreatic cancer is not patient-centred, well co-ordinated or efficient.
Rob this week joined activists at a STOPAIDS parliamentary event to mark the 25th World AIDS Day which will take place on 1 December 2013.
Following a year of campaigning by students, the University of Reading announced on 26th November that its library will operate 24 hours a day from April 2014.
Rob has added his welcome to Morrisons’ announcement that it has launched a trial ban on the sale of high caffeine energy drinks to under-16s in some of its stores.
Rob is campaigning to ensure that the proposed extension of Crossrail is right for Reading’s rail passengers.