After leading the debate in Parliament on Finn’s Law proposals for greater punishment for those who harm police animals, David Mackintosh was pleased to meet Police Dog Finn.
Archive for year: 2016
David Mackintosh MP visited a Guide Dogs event in Parliament to support calls for taxi and minicab drivers to receive disability equality training when getting their licence.
Local MP David Mackintosh visited Lyncrest Primary School in Duston at the invitation of reading charity, Beanstalk, to see for himself the work volunteers do in schools to help get children reading.
David Mackintosh MP took part in the annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the Northampton War Memorial at All Saints’ Church and laid a wreath as part of a number of events he attended during the Remembrance period.
The MP for Northampton South, David Mackintosh, attended a tree-planting ceremony by local Army cadets to remember six child soldiers from the Northamptonshire Regiment who lost their lives in World War One.
David Mackintosh MP led a debate in Parliament this week calling for greater punishment for people who harm Police animals.
David Mackintosh has welcomed the news that employment across the UK continues to run at a record high, the unemployment rate has fallen to an 11-year low, and that according to today’s figures there are 190,000 more people back in work in the East Midlands since 2010.
To mark the start of the seventh annual Trustees’ Week, David Mackintosh, MP for Northampton South, is celebrating the important contribution that charity trustees make to their local communities and thanking the 1665 trustees in Northampton South for their hard work over the last year. Read more
The Prime Minister has assured David Mackintosh MP that the Government will look at ‘what is right’ for the county when it comes to calculating future funding for vital local services.
David Mackintosh MP visited BAE Systems at its site in Telford to learn more about recent high-tech developments in military vehicle technology.