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Daniel Kawczynski Presents Cheque to Kidney Reseach UK

Daniel Kawczynski, Member of Parliament for Shrewsbury and Atcham,  has presented a cheque for £10,891.10 to Kidney Research UK.

The money had been raised by Shrewsbury and Atcham Conservative Association at a Charity Ball which was held at the West Mid Showground in May last year. 

Daniel handed over the cheque to Jan Cooper who is a trustee for Kidney Research UK at a presentation ceremony on Friday 31 January 2014. 

Daniel said:
“This generous donation will go towards funding vital research to help the lives of those suffering from Kidney Disease.”

Daniel Kawczynski attends Bear Steps Art Exhibition

Daniel Kawczynski, Member of Parliament for Shrewsbury and Atcham,  has been presented with a unique picture of Westminster by local artist Lyn Evans.  Lyn is currently displaying her work at Bear Steps Gallery in Shrewsbury.

Lyn’s picture of Westminster has been created using torn pieces of paper from glossy magazines and has been signed by Prime Minister David Cameron.  It will hang in the exhibition until 22 February and then Daniel will take the picture down to London where it is anticipated that it will be displayed in Number 10 Downing Street. 

Daniel's Shrewsbury Chronicle Column - 30th January 2014

My fellow Shropshire MPs and I regularly meet together to with various Shropshire service providers and other groups. Last Friday was the latest such meeting.

One of the bodies we met was the Environment Agency. In light of the recent torrential wet weather, they were able to update us on their work managing the rising river levels, including their immediate flood defence work alongside their long term plan to mange flood risk across Shropshire.

Daniel defends Shrewsbury firm in House of Commons

In response to remarks made about a Shrewsbury business by the Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Chuka Umunna MP, Daniel defended the firm, prompting an apology for the company on the floor of the House of Commons.

Daniel's Shrewsbury Chronicle Column - 23rd January 2014

Regular readers of this column will know that, last week, I had the rare opportunity to put a question to the Prime Minister during PMQs in the House of Commons.  In response to my question about Shrewsbury’s improving unemployment statistics and the record number of business start-ups, David Cameron promised the continued support of the Government for UKTI West Midlands which assists local firms to break into overseas markets.  The Prime Minister pointed out that currently one in five UK firms export.

Daniel's Shrewsbury Chronicle Column - 16th January 2014

2013 was a tough year for many constituents in Shrewsbury and Atcham.  My excellent staff and I worked with a significant number of people who suffered real hardship, and we continue to do whatever we can to help people who are struggling. 

The real way to improve the lives of hardworking people however is to improve the local and national economy and, recently, two key measures show that we are making progress:

Government’s West Midland export body debated in House of Commons.

After writing a report on the performance of the UK’s National body for Trade and Investment, a West Midlands MP has secured a debate in the House of Commons to discuss the organisation’s work closer to home.

Daniel applauds Government work to increase apprentices in Shrewsbury and Atcham

New figures released by the National Apprenticeship Service have shown that the number of apprentices in Shrewsbury and Atcham has increased by 127% during the first three years of this Parliament. Under the last Government there was an average of 468 apprentices per year in the constituency, whilst under the current government the average has been 1,063.

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