Mark Pawsey MP has praised the great work of Rugby charity Futures Unlocked after they were awarded the Queen’s Voluntary Service Award and called on the Government to do more to help prisoners find work before they are released.
Last week Parliament debated the ambitious proposals to end the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040. During this debate, I was very pleased to be able to talk about the ways in which Rugby is helping to drive this change in the automotive sector.
Rugby and Bulkington MP Mark Pawsey met local farmers in Parliament last week and backed a campaign that highlights the farming, food and drink industry’s contribution to the economy, jobs, the environment and communities.
Hinckley & Rugby Building Society welcomed Rugby MP Mark Pawsey to its branch on North Street to learn about its contribution to the town’s community. Whilst there he opened a savings account for his first grandchild, who was born in May.