Mark Harper, MP for the Forest of Dean, has today commented on GlaxoSmithKline’s decision to sell Lucozade and Ribena to Suntory Beverage and Food Limited.
Mark Harper, MP for the Forest of Dean, has expressed his support for Dene Magna’s proposed exchange programme with schools in Okinawa, Japan.
Mark is visiting Turning Point in Cinderford, holding a constituency surgery and opening Hartpury Village Hall.
Mark Harper, MP for the Forest of Dean, has congratulated St Anthony’s School in Cinderford on starting its first term as a Free School.
Ambulances based in Dursley ambulance station could remain in the town, if positive negotiations continue.
I want to take this opportunity to congratulate all of our Olympians whose extraordinary achievements have captured the attention of the nation over the last few weeks.
Mark Harper, MP for the Forest of Dean, has commended local action group, Action4OurCare, for their great work in raising awareness of the cross-border healthcare issues that affect thousands of English residents in the Forest of Dean who are registered with Welsh GPs.
County Council Leader Mark Hawthorne has expressed his surprise at the decision to close Dursley Ambulance station, apparently in response to a decision by Stroud District Council to evict them from the site.
Mark Harper, MP for the Forest of Dean, voted to give people a voice in our future relationship with the European Union, backing a Bill to guarantee a referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU.
Gloucestershire Conservatives have welcomed the announcement today by the Chancellor, as part of his Spending Review, that he will help councils freeze council tax for the next two years.