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MP questions PM on manufacturing

Last week during Prime Ministers questions, the Rt. Hon. David Cameron MP praised  British manufacturing, particularly the car industry.

MP welcomes Budget

Today Gavin Williamson MP welcomed the action in the Budget to help people in South Staffordshire.

Local Beer Top Seller in Commons

Enville Ale has become one of the top selling beers in the House of Commons Strangers Bar.  Yesterday, Jerry Hedges and Peter Isherwood of Enville Brewery joined Gavin Williamson MP, who had nominated the beer as a guest ale, in Westminster as they launched the beer in the House of Commons.

Mine's a ticket and a pint

Gavin Williamson MP for South Staffordshire took the opportunity during Questions to the Department for Transport to call on the Rt. Hon. Justine Greening MP, Secretary of State for Transport to allow pubs to be able to sell railway tickets in addition to Post Offices who may be given permission to sell railway tickets. 

MP gets a grilling from Politics students

Gavin Williamson MP for South Staffordshire met with pupils from Codsall High School and Blakely Heath Primary School recently to answer their questions about politics. 

MP tackles unauthorised development

This week the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government the Rt. Hon. Eric Pickles MP has voiced his reassurance for local planning authorities to exert necessary power to tackle the issue of illegal gypsy and traveller sites.

March for free home to school transport

Gavin Williamson MP for South Staffordshire was joined by many parents and children as they marched from Perton to Codsall High School calling for free home to school transport to be awarded to all children in Perton who attend Codsall High School on Saturday. 

Celebrating Codsall

Gavin Williamson MP opened the Celebrating Codsall Event at St Nicholas’ Church in Codsall on Friday. 

Join the march!

Gavin Williamson MP for South Staffordshire has written to County Councillor Liz Staples, cabinet member for education and skills at Staffordshire County Council to invite her to join the march from Perton to Codsall High School following her attack on his campaign for free and safe school transport for children who have to walk the treacherous three miles to get to school.