Crawley MP, Henry Smith, became a ‘citizen scientist’ this week to help Cancer Research UK fight cancer.
At last night’s Full Council meeting, Labour claimed that when the Conservatives leave office we would leave a worse legacy than them.
Following his campaign work last year on behalf of a Crawley resident, Henry Smith MP has welcomed the Government’s announcement that World War II war heroes who served on the Arctic Convoys and in Bomber Command will be eligible to receive new recognition.
Crawley MP, Henry Smith, has welcomed further investment to help companies set up the training schemes they need to meet specific skill requirements.
Cheaper energy bills for Crawley residents came one step closer today with Ofgem’s reforms to the energy market. These reforms follow the plans set out by the Prime Minister last year to ensure consumers get the cheapest deal.
Centuries ago, concerns were raised about the ability of planet Earth to support a growing population. How would people be accommodated, fed and generally provided for?
The British historian and journalist, A. J. P. Taylor, observed that “Nothing is inevitable until it happens.” This is an argument against us being too confident in predicting too much. Taking an opposite view would make a case against us worrying about that which we can do nothing about.
Radical plans to expand gymnastics provision at K2 Crawley Leisure Centre and to create the potential to cater for bigger events and concerts, have been put on hold, pending further review, by Councillor Duncan Crow, Crawley Borough Council’s new Cabinet Member for Leisure and Cultural Services. Councillor Crow has signalled his intention to take a fresh look at all possible options, as well as to meet with and listen to the concerns of gymnasts and bowlers, who potentially were looking at the existing indoor bowls facilities being removed.
Crawley MP, Henry Smith, has praised the Government’s decision to end the centralised approach towards local planning and development. Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Rt Hon Eric Pickles MP, announced last week that the Regional Strategy for the South East of England will be abolished in order to empower local Crawley residents on planning decisions.
Crawley MP, Henry Smith, has welcomed new proposals from Conservative Justice Secretary, Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, to help young offenders turn their backs on crime.