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Leaked documents highlight King Georges Hospital A&E closures

Apr 22, 2016

LEAKED DOCUMENTS SHOW KING GEORGE A&E WILL CLOSE AND NIGHT TIME CLOSURE CONSIDERED

March unemployment statistics for Dagenham & Rainham

Apr 21, 2016

The total number of unemployed claimants in Dagenham and Rainham constituency in March 2016 was 1,608. This represents a rate of 3.2% of the economically active population aged 16 to 64, the 181st highest of the 650 UK constituencies. (1st = highest claimant rate, 650th = lowest claimant rate.) The equivalent UK claimant rate was 2.5%.

This includes 1,406 people claiming Jobseeker's Allowance and 202 people who were claiming Universal Credit but were not in employment. Some of these Universal Credit claimants may no longer be seeking work.

Awareness for Autism protest

Apr 18, 2016

This Wednesday Rainham & Wennington resident Fay Hough will be marching in protest to Andrew Rosindell’s office, the Member of Parliament for Romford. Fay is hoping to be joined by over 50 local parents from across Havering all in support of the campaign that she launched back in 2014; ‘Awareness for Autism’.

Oxbridge Access Scheme

Apr 07, 2016

An organisation called Oxbridge Applications is currently promoting their fantastic Access Scheme – the scheme is designed to provide state school students with exceptional opportunities to improve their chances of attending England’s most prestigious Universities, Oxford and Cambridge. The program provides 120 state school students scholarship assistance from Oxbridge graduates every year. 

The access scheme puts state school candidates in contact with Oxbridge-graduates to support them in every aspect of the application:

The uneven impact of welfare reform – a new report

Apr 05, 2016

Last month a new report was published using research from Sheffield Hallam University, Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Oxfam. The report highlights the effects of pre-2015 welfare reforms and the anticipated impact of further reform across the United Kingdom. It is estimated that new reforms will take in the region of £13bn a year from claimants by 2020-21.

Jon Cruddas question in Parliament on local school places

Mar 23, 2016

Last Thursday Jon Cruddas MP asked a question in the House of Commons on school places in Barking and Dagenham. Jon's opening statement can be found below, and the full debate can be found here: http://www.theyworkforyou.com/debates/?id=2016-03-17a.1204.0&s=speaker%3...

Unemployment Statistics - Dagenham & Rainham February

Mar 16, 2016

The total number of unemployed claimants in Dagenham and Rainham constituency in February 2016 was 1,629. This represents a rate of 3.3% of the economically active population aged 16 to 64, the 176th highest of the 650 UK constituencies. (1st = highest claimant rate, 650th = lowest claimant rate.) The equivalent UK claimant rate was 2.5%.

This includes 1,460 people claiming Jobseeker's Allowance and 169 people who were claiming Universal Credit but were not in employment. Some of these Universal Credit claimants may no longer be seeking work.

Jon Cruddas MP supports Stop Smoking Services in Havering

Mar 10, 2016

Last week Jon Cruddas MP was contacted by the Associate Medical Director and Honorary Consultant Physician of the Barking, Havering and Redbridge Hospitals Trust seeking support against a recent proposal put forward by the London Borough of Havering to cut important services. 

Parliamentary debate on Recreational Sea Bass Fishing

Mar 01, 2016

On Thursday 11th February Jon Cruddas MP for Dagenham & Rainham took part in the parliamentary debate concerning Recreational Sea Bass Fishing. The full transcript of the debate can be found by clicking HERE

See below for Jon's contribution.

Jon Cruddas MP supports campaign against Wennington mineral extraction site

Mar 01, 2016

Back in 2013 the residents of Wennington Village contacted Jon Cruddas MP raising their concerns about proposals to establish a mineral extraction site on land adjacent to Wennington Hall Farm. At the time Jon met with residents and the council; supporting the people of Wennington Jon Cruddas said: “I am firmly against these plans as it is the overwhelming sense from residents that if these plans are given the go ahead that Wennington will change out of all recognition.”

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