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A New National Living Wage

Today, 1.3 million of the lowest paid working people in Britain, aged 25 or over, will get a direct pay rise.The new National Living Wage will start at £7.20 an hour, and is expected to rise to

Nicky Morgan MP urges local school councils to enter for awards

Loughborough MP Nicky Morgan is encouraging all local primary, secondary and sixth form school councils to enter the Speaker’s School Council Awards 2016. These awards are designed to recognise and celebrate all forms of student achievements through their impact in their local communities, no matter how big or small. 

Budget 2016: Cutting taxes for 31 million people

Budget 2016 puts the next generation first and redoubles our efforts to make Britain fit for the future.We are cutting taxes for working people so they can keep more of the money they earn.

Budget 2016: Lifetime ISAs

Budget 2016 puts the next generation first and redoubles our efforts to make Britain fit for the future.We are introducing a new Lifetime ISA to help the next generation to save.

Budget 2016: Freezing fuel duty

Budget 2016 puts the next generation first and redoubles our efforts to make Britain fit for the future.We are freezing fuel duty to help household budgets and support small firms.

Budget 2016: Improving our schools

Budget 2016 puts the next generation first and redoubles our efforts to make Britain fit for the future.By providing extra money so every school in England becomes an academy, we are improving

Nicky Morgan drives steam train to promote local tourism

As part of the week long celebrations to mark English Tourism Week, Loughborough MP Nicky Morgan has visited one of the most popular tourist attractions in her constituency, the Great Central Railway. However this visit was slightly different as she drove the train from Loughborough to Quorn!

Charnwood Campus hosts visit by Life Sciences Minister George Freeman MP

Life Science’s Minister George Freeman MP visited Charnwood Campus in Loughborough today to meet the team responsible for the transformation of the world-class pharmaceutical site, and to discuss its potential role in strengthening the local economy.  His visit coincided with the publication of a new report, ‘Transforming Life Sciences Sites – a toolkit for action’ by a group of senior stakeholders from across the UK.