Mark Pawsey MP meets regularly with his colleagues from Warwickshire to discuss the important issues that will face the local area over the next few years.
Mark Pawsey MP said: "It is important that Members of Parliament work together in order to best tackle the concerns of local people and focus on the vital task of restoring our local economies and ensuring that we can get Britain back on its feet. The local links between backbench MP's, many of us having fought the election campaign together, are a vital part of the role we undertake at Westminster."
Mark continued: "There are many issues that affect the whole of the Warwickshire and it is important that we work not only with each other but also with Councils and with other organisations to help deliver the best for our constituents, especially during these very difficult times."
Mark concluded: "I will ensure that I continue to work closely with my Westminster colleagues over the course of the Parliament in order to do the best for Rugby and the Warwickshire. These are difficult times that the country faces, and it is important that the issues that will affect our region are discussed by all the Members of Parliament for that region."
Pictured from left to right: Chris White (Leamington and Warwick), Dan Byles (North Warwickshire), Nadhim Zahawi (Stratford-on-Avon), Marcus Jones (Nuneaton), Mark Pawsey (Rugby) and Jeremy Wright (Kenilworth and Southam)