During a debate on local government finance yesterday, Secretary of State Eric Pickles praised Rugby Borough Council for its decision not to replace its chief executive, and instead devolving responsibilities to deputies and the elected leader.
Rugby MP Mark Pawsey once again raised the issue of Gypsy and Traveller sites at Westminster this week representing the views of the people of Rugby to the Prime Minister David Cameron during Wednesday’s Prime Minister’s Questions.
During a Westminster Hall debate in the House of Commons on 23rd November 2010 Mark Pawsey MP took the opportunity to consider the possible affect that high-speed rail could have on the west coast main line running through Rugby providing services to London and to Birmingham and the North West.
Mark Pawsey MP made his maiden speech on 8th June 2010 at 6.40pm during the Debate on the Address, where he paid tribute to former Members from Rugby and spoke about the future growth of Rugby and the challenges and rewards that this will bring.
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