Yesterday, I asked the Immigration Minister a Parliamentary Question on the positive effect that Brexit would have on wages: Steve: The Government’s case rests on ignoring the arguments set out by my right hon. Friend the former Secretary of State for Work and Pensions earlier this week, particularly in relation to people shuttling to and fro for a few months at a time. That is a problem that the Minister’s case would ignore by looking at the passenger service. If he will […]
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This morning, I received the great news that the number of claimants for Jobseekers’ Allowance and Universal Credit is continuing to fall. The total number of unemployed claimants in Wycombe constituency in March 2016 was 907, compared with 956 one month earlier and 1064 one year earlier. This represents a rate of 1.6% of the economically active population aged 16 to 64, giving Wycombe one on the lowest claimant rates in the UK. The equivalent UK claimant rate was 2.5%. This […]
Via Share the Facts, Getting Britain back to work: Creating jobs is at the heart of our plan, and the plan is working – with employment now at an all-time high. Over 1,000 jobs have been created every day since 2010 – and there are now 2 million more people in work. Every new job means someone taking home a pay packet and able to provide for their families. That’s why it’s so important that we stick with the plan that’s working, and build […]
Tonight is the John Hampden Grammar School Question Time which kicks off the election campaign in Wycombe. More here. In preparation for the event, I’m publishing a series of videos which set out how Conservatives are securing a better future for our country.