Rob writes a fortnightly column published in the Reading Chronicle and in the Woodley & Earley Chronicle.
The Government is fully committed to helping disabled people reach their full potential – contrary to the picture portrayed by our political opponents.
The Government-supported ‘Give Someone a Start’ work experience programme aims to help long-term unemployed people back into work.
The branch replaces the Civic Centre Post Office, which it was announced earlier this year will not be following Reading Borough Council to its new home at Plaza West next month.
The Education Funding Agency (EFA) has agreed with Rob that there should be a proper local consultation on the permanent home for The Heights Primary School.
Rob visited the offices of mobile giant Three to discuss the company’s success and vision for the future.
Local residents raised their concerns with Rob about the drug dealing that is taking place around the Star Road/Briants Avenue area of Caversham.
Two very impressive by-election victories for Alison Swaddle and David Stares.
This week I thought I would focus on the positives and how things in Britain and Reading are getting better.
Following an intervention by Rob, Caversham residents have been assured that the re-development of the St Martin's Centre will take fully into account the importance of trees to the Caversham street-scene.