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For the first time in decades, UK politics will be dominated by an issue which is not the economy; and this dominance will continue for several years. 

MP's October Report

Brexit For the first time in decades, UK politics will be dominated by an issue which is not the economy; and this dominance will continue for several years.  Read more

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Every year, assailants deliberately expose many emergency service personnel to bodily fluids whilst carrying out their duties.  The most common form of assault is spitting, although scratching/piercing needles is known to occur as well.

MP calls for powers to stop assaults on Emergency Services Personnel

Every year, assailants deliberately expose many emergency service personnel to bodily fluids whilst carrying out their duties.  The most common form of assault is spitting, although scratching/piercing needles is known... Read more

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Rob Marris continues to support the future of community pharmacies. He has joined a campaign opposing the Government’s plan to cut the budget for local chemists, after talks between the Government and the sector broke down.

Government cuts threaten community pharmacies

Rob Marris continues to support the future of community pharmacies. He has joined a campaign opposing the Government’s plan to cut the budget for local chemists, after talks between the... Read more

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This morning, owners of many local Wolverhampton small and medium businesses attended a successful event with representatives from HMRC, hosted by Rob Marris MP with Emma Reynolds MP (Wolverhampton North East) and Pat McFadden MP (Wolverhampton South East).

Wolverhampton businesses attend successful tax event with HMRC

This morning, owners of many local Wolverhampton small and medium businesses attended a successful event with representatives from HMRC, hosted by Rob Marris MP with Emma Reynolds MP (Wolverhampton North... Read more

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Rob Marris supported in Parliament a new public awareness campaign launched by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) to target the growing problem of the illicit and cruel UK puppy trade. Rob also calls for tougher legislation to strengthen current DEFRA guidelines, which evidence suggests are being ignored.

Rob Marris calls for legislation to target the cruel UK puppy trade

  Rob Marris supported in Parliament a new public awareness campaign launched by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) to target the growing problem of the illicit and cruel... Read more

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St. Peter’s Ward Councillors, Roger Lawrence, Tersaim Singh and Lynn Moran have joined forces with Rob Marris MP to launch a community campaign in an attempt to save the local branch of the TSB at the Avion Centre from closure.

Save the Avion Centre’s TSB Branch

St. Peter’s Ward Councillors, Roger Lawrence, Tersaim Singh and Lynn Moran have joined forces with Rob Marris MP to launch a community campaign in an attempt to save the local... Read more

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Rob Marris MP wears it pink in Parliament in aid of Breast Cancer Now

Breast Cancer Now’s 'Wear It Pink'

Rob Marris MP wears it pink in Parliament in aid of Breast Cancer Now Read more

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Published here is an article written by Mike Findley MBE about his experiences with Motor Neurone Disease.  He is a councillor on Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council, and a former Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland.

He writes about the need for a change in the law which of course protects the vulnerable whilst allowing people of sound mind suffering from a terminal illness to die with dignity in the manner of their choosing. In fact Mr Findley himself might not have been covered by the Assisted Dying Bill I introduced in Parliament in 2015 – because sadly the loss of the use of his hands and arms and further paralysis from the neck down might prevent him from self-administering medication.  My thoughts are with this brave man.

Mike Findley MBE on Assisted Dying

Published here is an article written by Mike Findley MBE about his experiences with Motor Neurone Disease.  He is a councillor on Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council, and a former... Read more

Rob Marris MP, Emma Reynolds MP and Pat McFadden MP invite local Wolverhampton business owners to join them and representatives from HMRC at an event in Wolverhampton on Friday 14 October about the Government’s Making Tax Digital programme.

Making Tax Digital Event in Wolverhampton

Rob Marris MP, Emma Reynolds MP and Pat McFadden MP invite local Wolverhampton business owners to join them and representatives from HMRC at an event in Wolverhampton on Friday 14... Read more

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Just as the Paralympics 2016 are getting underway in Rio, it would seem that the government has not been monitoring the level of accessibility or equality awareness training for staff at sports venues.  

Government fails to monitor accessibility at UK sports venues

Just as the Paralympics 2016 are getting underway in Rio, it would seem that the government has not been monitoring the level of accessibility or equality awareness training for staff at... Read more

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