ON TUESDAY, the Chancellor delivered his Spring Statement and outlined measures that will cut the cost of living, freeze fuel duty, build an even better Harlow, champion education and apprenticeships, and protect our NHS says Robert Halfon MP.
‘No one goes to hospital out of choice; they go because they must…This is why I have introduced a Bill to ban charging for parking at NHS hospitals for patients, staff and visitors.’
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon rose on the floor of the House of Commons to discuss the Social Mobility Commission.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon is the new chair of the UK’s House of Commons education committee. In a short time, he has already made quite an impression. This week, Mr Halfon has stated that he wants to see 50 per cent of those going into higher education taking degree apprenticeships and has called for “a […]
IN a debate on the Lea Valley Greenhouse Glass Industry, lead by Charles Walker MP, Robert Halfon questioned why local residents objections to a waste incinerator proposal have been ignored by Hertfordshire County Council
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has stepped up the campaign against the closure of (Old) London Road by raising the issue in the House of Commons Chamber and tabling a Commons motion.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon, a former education minister and staunch critic of the prime minister, has been elected as chair of the House of Commons education committee.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has responded to pleas from parents who are unhappy about plans to turn the school into an academy.
WE caught up with Mr Halfon at Harlow College on Friday and asked us to give a little more detail regarding the background to the vote and where he stands on public sector pay.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon rose on the floor of the House of Commons to answer questions on the digital revolution in Wales.
ON Monday Harlow MP Robert Halfon officially launched a campaign to bring free wi-fi to the town centre.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has been named deputy chairman of the Conservative Party in a speech about the post-election reshuffle made by Prime Minister David Cameron.
LAST year, Bishop Auckland MP, Helen Goodman asked a number of questions in the House of Commons over donations made to the Harlow Conservatives.
HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon, is spearheading a campaign to get streetlights in Harlow switched on, and kicked off the campaign by raising the issue in Parliament today (Thursday).
DURING Robert’s question, who was waving a copy of the Sun in the House of Commons chamber, asked the Prime Minister whether he had seen the story about Alison, and asked him to confirm that “white van women, especially from Essex, are the wheels of our long term economic plan?”
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has urged the government to look at value for money, overcrowded trains, and upgrading carriages on the West Anglia Main Line, which links Harlow to London, and Stansted Airport. Minister for Transport, Claire Perry, then agreed to meet with Robert to discuss his concerns more fully, and see what more could be done.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon is calling on the Government to do more pothole repairs across Harlow. Mr Halfon has raised the issue in Parliament after learning that the number of potholes on 125 miles of roads in Harlow increased to 632 in the first quarter of this year.
HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon has backed a petition to save the lollipop men and women of Harlow. Essex County Council have launched a consultation into the future of the service.
They were met by Harlow MP, Robert Halfon who was delighted to see such a large crowd of constituents as they marched to Downing Street. The crowd voiced their support following the launch of a national campaign at the beginning of the year that called for the Government to lower bingo duty.
HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon rose on the floor of the House of Commons to promote his proposal to reform the Conservative Party as the Workers’ Party. Mr Halfon spoke on the subject during Business of the House Questions in the House of Commons yesterday.
However, I am greatly saddened to hear that there may be some redundancies, although I am not yet aware of the details. The youth workers in Harlow are exceptional and Essex Council should do everything possible to help people find work if any of them are made redundant.
HARLOW MP, Robert Halfon has continued to back calls for an increase in the minimum wage. Mr Halfon said: “As many readers may have already heard, George Osborne told the BBC yesterday that he supported an above-inflation increase in the National Minimum Wage, and will be recommending this to the Low Pay Commission.
AS Conservatives, we say that we are on the side of hardworking people. For this reason it is right that the government has increased the personal allowance. If, however, the slogan ‘for hardworking people’ really is to mean something, the Conservatives have to become the Workers’ Party.
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has conducted a report that shows how customers are being ripped off by sometimes hundreds of pounds if they do not pay their energy bills by direct debit, with one company charging an extra £390.