This week, Northampton South MP, David Mackintosh slept rough in London as part of an event organised by homelessness charity DePaul to raise awareness for the plight of people sleeping rough. Read more
Archive for year: 2016
Northampton South MP, David Mackintosh, was pleased to attend the 16th Diwali celebrations in Northampton to make a speech and take part in the colourful procession around the town.
A Private Members Bill aimed at reducing homelessness that was sponsored by Member of Parliament for Northampton South, David Mackintosh, has been approved in the House of Commons at its second reading.
Staff from a restaurant in Northampton which won a Parliamentary competition to crown the nation’s top curry house have visited Downing Street to celebrate their success.
Northampton South MP, David Mackintosh, visited Hope Enterprises as part of Social Saturday on 15th October – a UK-wide day of activity to celebrate and raise awareness of British social enterprises which trade for a social or environmental purpose and reinvest their profits for good.
David Mackintosh MP celebrated Bingo in Parliament this week at a special reception to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the National Bingo Game and to thank them for donating £250,000 to Variety, the children’s charity.
Northampton South MP, David Mackintosh, has attended an event in Parliament to mark Westminster Flu Day to encourage his constituents to get this season’s flu vaccine in line with Government recommendations.
David Mackintosh has welcomed the news that the number of people in work across the UK remains at a record high, and the rate of women in work is at the highest level since comparable records began, showing the fundamentals of our economy remain strong.
David Mackintosh MP visited the Abington Street branch of Nationwide Building Society in Northampton to meet the team and experience first-hand the latest technology that can help customers manage their finances in a way that suits them.
New schools such as Northampton International Academy, are ‘crucial’ to secure the mix of education options that this country needs, according to Education Secretary Justine Greening.