Rob responds to the letter he received today from Lord Justice Leveson, in which Leveson details the work which Carine Patry Hoskins was paid over £200,000 by the Leveson Inquiry. Letter attached.
Like I did at the second reading of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill in February of this year, I chose again to register my abstention on the Bill at the third reading – the final stage before the Bill is sent to the House of Lords
My condolences go to the family and friends of Baroness Thatcher, it is dreadful to hear this news.
This week saw two important political developments. First the Prime Minister set out further measures to ensure a fair and balanced immigration system that favours people who work hard and want to get on in life. Second, large sections are of the new benefits system are about to come into operation.
Rob gives his opinion on the Chancellor's latest budget.
Rob became a ‘citizen scientist’ last week to help Cancer Research UK fight cancer.
Rob joined supporters of a freeze in beer duty in the March Budget who were sending a special ‘message in a barrel’ to the Chancellor at an event in Parliament today.
Yesterday, Rob secured the assurances from the Government that the needs and concerns of regular passengers will be a key factor when the new Great Western franchise is agreed.
Rob Wilson Paralympic champion Hannah Cockroft MBE and pledged his support for a manifesto launched by charity Whizz-Kidz, at the House of Commons yesterday.
Rob has welcomed the Government’s announcement that World War II war heroes who served on the Arctic Convoys and in Bomber Command will be eligible to receive new recognition.