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The Government's Rough Sleeping Initiative

I am delighted to write that yesterday the Communities Secretary, James Brokenshire MP, announced that the Government will be allocating £534,466 to Westminster Council and £215,348 to the City from its Rough Sleeping Initiative fund.

Local Flooding

Recent days have seen the sun and warm weather emphatically punctuated by torrential rain and lightning storms, which have, unfortunately, led to some basement flooding in the SW1 area.

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community

Yesterday on the floor of the House, Mark gave a speech in response to a debate tabled by Siobhain McDonagh MP regarding the persecution of Ahmadiyya Muslim Communities in countries around the world. You can read the debate in full on Hansard here.

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Christians Overseas

Yesterday, Mark responded on behalf of the Government in his role as Minister for Asia and the Pacific in the Westminster Hall debate tabled by Chris Philp MP regarding the persecution of Christians overseas. To read the whole debate on Hansard, please click here.

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Millicent Fawcett Arrives in Parliament Square

Today was a momentous day in the story of British democracy as we saw the unveiling of Parliament Square’s first statue of a woman; the suffragist, Dame Millicent Fawcett.