Latest updates from Daniel

Daniel responds to residents' concerns about proposed incinerator

Daniel is pleased to announce that he has enlisted the help of Mr Barry Haynes to research the issue of the proposed incinerator in Harlescott. Mr Haynes is a constituent with wide ranging experience on environmental issues and will be a real asset to the team.

Last year Shropshire Waste partnership (SWP) awarded a 27 year contract to Veolia Environmental Services to deliver household waste management services in Shropshire. Under this contract Veolia have proposed to incinerate household waste in a new purpose-built facility to be constructed at Battlefield in Shrewsbury.

Daniel takes part in ´Proud of Pubs´ week

On the 18th of July Daniel had the pleasure of taking part in Publican Magazine´s ´Proud of Pubs´ week.

He was one of more than one hundred MPs who took part in the event, the second of its kind, which saw pub landlords invite their local Members of Parliament to meet staff and learn more about the industry.

Daniel visited the well-liked Brooklands pub on Mill Lane, and met the husband and wife landlord team Vince and Kelly Dales.

Proposed airwave mast at Bicton is rejected

Daniel was very involved in the campaign against a proposed communications mast in Bicton and joined with local residents in Shrewsbury Town Centre on Saturday the 13th to protest against the plans.

Carers can't afford to be ill

Daniel is backing an initiative to highlight the plight of millions of UK carers.

He has teamed up with charity ambassador and TV and film actress, Pam Ferris, to show his support for carers in Shrewsbury and Atcham who are among the six million people in the UK who tirelessly devote their time, efforts and energy to looking after a loved one.

Urging the Chancellor to rescue the British haulage industry

Open letter from Daniel Kawczynski MP to the Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Rt Hon Alistair Darling MP
Chancellor of the Exchequer
HM Treasury
1 Horse Guards Road
London
SW1A

2HQ

22nd May 2008

Fuel Prices and the future of the British Haulage Industry

Abortion: a matter of conscience

Daniel along with the 645 other MPs in the UK, will be asked to vote on a matter of conscience next week: the reduction of the time limits on abortion.

Daniel's Conservative colleague, Nadine Dorries MP, a long-time campaigner on reforming the abortion laws in this country, last week launched an official Parliamentary campaign to have the upper limit for abortions to be reduced from 24 weeks to 20 weeks.

Inviting First Milk to Westminster

Daniel today invited the Chairman of the UK dairy cooperative First Milk, Mr Richard Greenhalgh, to speak at the AGM of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Dairy Farmers.

Launching St Chad´s new website

Daniel is honoured to be taking part in the launch of the new website for St Chad's Church in Shrewsbury.

The launch is taking place tomorrow afternoon, 2nd May 2008, at 3pm at St Chad's Church in the town centre and, as well as Daniel, will be attended by church staff, volunteers, children and families from the congregation.

Late night Police patrol

Daniel is accompanying West Mercia police officers on Saturday night, 3rd May 2008, to see for himself what is involved in a typical late night shift.

Daniel's debate on Government tax credit farce

Daniel today held a debate in the House of Commons on the subject of Tax Credits.

He secured the Westminster Hall debate on Tuesday following an ongoing high volume of constituents coming to his office in Shrewsbury with problems with their tax credits. He spoke at length about the issues facing people in the constituency, challenging the Minister, Jane Kennedy (Financial Secretary to HM Treasury), to make urgent and major improvements to the tax credit system.

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