Latest updates from Daniel

Ironbridge power station is raised in Parliament

Yesterday in Parliament, Shrewsbury's MP raised the issue of the Ironbridge Power station’s future in a debate he secured on Coal Fired power stations.

Yesterday in Parliament, Shrewsbury's MP raised the issue of the Ironbridge Power station’s future in a debate he secured on Coal Fired power stations.

In the debate, Daniel raised with the Minister, the issues of jobs at the Ironbridge plant, as well as enquiring what support the Government is offering to existing power stations to adhere to EU regulations on carbon emissions from coal fired power stations.

Town MP delighted with new post at DEFRA

The Member of Parliament for Shrewsbury was ‘delighted’ when he was recently made Private Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of State for Agriculture. Daniel Kawczynski MP received the post of PPS to Jim Paice MP, who is the Minister responsible for Food and Agriculture at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

The role of PPS is the link between senior Minister in Government department and the Members of Parliament from the Government benches in the House of Commons.

Daniel vows to fight for Shropshire's courts

After receiving correspondence from a number of the Court’s stakeholders, Daniel has written to the Ministry of Justice to plead for the Courts in Shropshire to remain open after the Government recently published consultation papers setting out proposals to close 103 magistrates’ courts and 54 county courts.

The Government believes that this will enable Her Majesty's courts Service to best provide vital public services to local communities.

MP Kawczynski demands incinerator application be called-in

Shrewsbury MP Daniel Kawczynski today said he has written to the Secretary of State demanding he call-in controversial plans to build a multi-million pound incinerator in the town.

Shrewsbury MP Daniel Kawczynski today said he has written to the Secretary of State demanding he call-in controversial plans to build a multi-million pound incinerator in the town.

The Tory MP accused Shropshire Council of “consistently ignoring” mass public opinion against the proposed burner in Battlefield and claimed the facility was incompatible with the Waste Local Plan.

Public meeting with Arriva buses - Thursday 15th July 2010

Daniel is holding a public meeting on Thursday 15th July 2010 at the Guildhall at 6.30pm.

Daniel has welcomed all constituents to come and raise their concerns with Arriva buses.

It is being held in the Guildhall at Frankwell Quay, starting at 6.30pm on Thursday 15th July 2010.

'Use Shrewsbury’s weir to generate electricity' Daniel writes

After receiving a letter from a constituent who runs a company that produces hydro electricity, Daniel wrote to Shropshire Council concerning the proposed project to generate electricity using the Severn.

I recently received a very encouraging letter from All Rivers Hydro Limited, a company in Shrewsbury that I believe has approached the council with regards to leasing land at the Castlefields weir site.

Daniel presses Council on vital ‘Meals on Wheels’ service

During Shropshire council’s consultation on the ‘Meals on Wheel’s’ service, the Towns MP Daniel Kawczynski has written to the Council, asking them to interact with the current service providers and urging adequate funding for the scheme.

Commenting on the consultation, Daniel said ‘ the consultation must be aware that meals on wheels provides a very valuable service for some of my most vulnerable constituents, and I would not want to see any change that would jeopardise this.’

Town MP calling for debate on burner plan

Shrewsbury’s MP is calling for a parliamentary debate over plans to build an incinerator in the town.

Daniel Kawczynski has tabled five questions to the new Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

Mr Kawczynski said he was determined to get the plans to build a waste burner in Harlescott overturned.

He said: “I’m quite determined to do everything possible to stop the incinerator being built in Shrewsbury.

Governments student visa proposals causing real concern to Town MP

New proposals by the Government for the current system of student visas have not been welcome news to a Shrewsbury Language school, who have rallied the Town’s MP Daniel Kawczynski to oppose the measures in Parliament.

Daniel addresses hundreds of Equitable life policy holders at Westminster rally

On Wednesday 4th Novmeber, several hundred members of the Equitable life Members Action Group, EMAG, gathered in Westminster in order to form a rally to protest against the treatment they’ve received from the Government.

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