Walker celebrates success of National Apprenticeship Week 2017 as Worcestershire economy achieves highest productivity growth in England

Worcester MP Robin Walker today celebrated the success of the 10th annual National Apprenticeship Week. The week highlighted the success of apprenticeships over the last decade, celebrating the positive impact on individuals, businesses and the economy, with the theme ‘ladder of opportunity’. On Friday 3rd March, to mark the start…

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Walker backs Budget to support ordinary working families

Worcester MP Robin Walker today praised the Chancellor’s Spring Budget 2017, which builds on the Government’s commitment to supporting the city’s ordinary working families in their aspirations for a better life for themselves and their children. Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond announced measures to improve education and training opportunities…

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Walker welcomes Spring Budget boost for local businesses

Robin Walker, MP for Worcester, has welcomed the Chancellor’s Spring Budget 2017 as an endorsement of the Government’s commitment to delivering a strong and resilient economy, and highlighted continued support for local businesses. In his first Spring Budget, Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond welcomed the revised forecast from the…

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Walker celebrates delivery of accessible community minibus

Worcester’s MP Robin Walker attended Worcestershire County Cricket Club’s New Road ground on Friday (3rd March) to formally hand over a second wheelchair-accessible minibus to Worcester Wheels. The news means that local communities in Worcester and the surrounding villages will be served with an additional wheelchair accessible minibus thanks to…

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Worcester MP part of history being made in the Commons

This week in Parliament has seen the momentous Article 50 Bill being debated, and as a Minister in the Department for Exiting the European Union, Robin Walker has been on the front bench in the Chamber playing an active part in seeing the Bill through the Commons. On Wednesday evening,…

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