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Harlow MP Robert Halfon visits schools, apprentices and safer places on a busy Friday in constituency

News / Sun 17th Mar 2024 at 11:23am

FRIDAY is always a particularly busy day for Harlow MP Robert Halfon. After his surgery in the morning, he is out and about in the constituency.

This week, he visited Mark Hall Academy and Holy Cross Primary. He also visited the opening of a male safe accomodation house and finally onto Auto Windscreens in the Burnt Mills industrial unit.

We caught up with Mr Halfon to discuss his day, the value of apprentices, the visit of Labour leader, Sir Keir Starmer, to Harlow and in the absence of a new hospital in Harlow any time soon, the recent major incident declared after a roof collapsed.

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4 Comments for Harlow MP Robert Halfon visits schools, apprentices and safer places on a busy Friday in constituency:

David Amith
2024-03-17 12:39:56

Christ he truly is unable to articulate a good sentence. Then he goes on to talk about buses when asked about a collapsing hospital? Tory promises about a hospital in 2030 aren’t worth the paper they’re written on.

Dan Glover
2024-03-17 12:54:24

It seems Robert Halfon is only bothered to come out on a photo shoot only, I’ve been emailing him regarding serious issues and he can’t be bothered to dignify a reply as no cameras would be there a total waste of space and money keeping him

Kim Oconnor
2024-03-17 13:04:19

Blah blah blah. But I do wish you a speedy recovery.

Owen Lawless
2024-03-18 13:21:25

Robert I have a shovel you can borrow so you can start the spades in ground (for our new fantasy hospital)

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