Your Member of Parliament for Harrow East

Andrew Percy MP

Meeting with EMAG

As Co-Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Equitable Life Policyholders Bob again met with representatives of EMAG to discuss any further action that could be taken to ensure the best possible outcome for policyholders. Announcements are expected in May on Government proposals for payment of compensation to those affected by this scandal. The APPG will be responding to the proposals and this was an opportunity to consider progress.

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Horserace APPG Charity dinner

Bob is keen to encourage charitable giving and a supporter of horseracing. Bob was therefore delighted to be able to attend the All Party Parliamentary Group on Horseracing charity dinner to help raise money for deserving causes.

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Photo call with Sir Steve Redgrave to promote Fairtrade

Bob joined Fairtrade Ambassador and five time Olympic gold medallist, Sir Steve Redgrave, in Parliament in a bid to break the record for the world's longest bunting.  

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Heart Foundation reception

Bob is a keen supporter of research into the causes of heart disease and was pleased to attend the reception celebrating the work of this worthy organisation.

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AQA reception

Bob briefly attended the AQA Reception to launch AQA's Centre for Education Research and Policy. The Centre provides valuable and relevant research evidence to inform policy and practice on key issues in assessment and the wider education sector.

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Meeting with Crisis

Bob met representatives of Crisis to discuss housing policy, changes in tenancy arrangements and in housing benefit provision.

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Meeting with CQC

After contact with constituents, Bob organised a meeting with the Care Quality Commission to discuss the high levels of bureaucracy in the dentistry profession. Bob is in contact with the All Party Group for Dentistry and will continue his involvement in this issue.

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Visit to Canons Ward

Bob and the Canons Ward took to the streets to hear from residents about issues of concern.

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