David Mackintosh has welcomed the news that ordinary working families in Northampton South are set to benefit from a range of Government measures coming into effect this week.
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The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has triggered Article 50 and started the process of the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union by writing a letter following the referendum in 2016.
Northampton South MP, David Mackintosh, took the opportunity at Prime Minister’s Questions to ask Theresa May about long term sustainability for adult social care in Northampton and to look at some of his constituency issues with Northamptonshire County Council and Northampton General Hospital.
The Member of Parliament for Northampton South, David Mackintosh, visited Briar Hill Primary School to take part in a special assembly and to meet with the School Parliament.
Following complaints from a number of constituents in Duston, Northampton South MP raised the issue of GP recruitment at St Luke’s Surgery in Duston with Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt MP, in the House of Commons.
David Mackintosh MP has attended the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness Older People Spotlight launch in the House of Commons and pledged his support for the commission and agreed to look at practical steps to tackle loneliness amongst older people in Northampton.
Following the terrorist attack on Westminster on 22nd March 2017, David Mackintosh MP has issued the following statement:
David Mackintosh MP welcomed the fall in unemployment in Northampton South and around the UK.
David Mackintosh, Conservative MP for Northampton South, has joined baby charity The Lullaby Trust in urging local authorities to ensure health professionals in the East Midlands receive the training and support they need to deliver safer sleep messages to all families.
Northampton South MP, David Mackintosh, visited RAF Cosford recently as part of a programme for MPs to support the Armed Forces.