Last week, the new Secretary of State for International Development, Penny Mordaunt, visited Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh where she met Rohingya refugees forced to flee from the horrific violence they experienced in Burma.
In today’s Autumn Statement, the Chancellor Philip Hammond made a number of announcements regarding the Universal Credit benefits system which were welcomed by Heidi Allen, the MP for South Cambridgeshire.
In today’s Autumn Statement the Chancellor, Philip Hammond announced his formal backing of the National Infrastructure Commission’s recommendation to deliver a railway station on Cambridge's Biomedical Campus by 2022 with £5 million of matched funding.
Earlier this year, the Department of Transport launched the Draft Accessibility Action Plan. This is the next step in the Government’s commitment to removing barriers for millions of disabled people across the country, allowing them to travel independently and confidently.
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