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Moorlands MP visits St Mary’s Catholic Primary School in Leek

Moorlands MP, Karen Bradley was pleased to visit St Mary’s Catholic Primary School in Leek recently.
Karen popped into all the classes from the nursery right up to year 6 and did a Questions and Answers session with a group of children from years 4 and 6.

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It was good to be back home after a busy week in Westminster. As I walked up Derby Street in Leek, popping into some of the great shops we have here, I was, as always, pleased to see how local people come out to support our fantastic businesses. 
The Moorlands is such a special place and while I was out delivering leaflets in Kingsley Holt later on in the day, I thought that not only do we have great town centres in Leek and Biddulph but also some wonderful villages with, I think, some of the best scenery and views in the country. 

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Tackling serious violence is a top priority for the Government and I welcomed the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s announcement in the Spring Statement that there will be £100 million additional funding in 2019/20 to tackle serious violence, including £80m of new funding from the Treasury.

Brexit and my votes this week

I have received many emails from constituents concerning my voting record this week and would like to clarify the situation. I know people are getting frustrated with the endless votes and amendments and I hope this helps explain why I voted how I did.

Karen encourages residents in Staffordshire Moorlands to shop local for High Street Saturday

High streets have long been a place to bring communities together, a place for local people to access vital services and a place for businesses to thrive. But, the Government recognises that it is becoming harder for businesses on high streets across the country to compete with out-of-town shopping centres and online retailers. That’s why the Conservatives in government have:

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I have invited many Government Ministers to Staffordshire Moorlands and was delighted when the Minister of State for Health, Stephen Hammond MP took up my invitation to visit Leek Moorlands Hospital last week. 

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Last week, the Prime Minister repeated the Government’s absolute focus: getting a good deal for Britain as we leave the EU. 

As a member of the Cabinet I have spent much of the last two years working to deliver on the result of the referendum. We are leaving the EU but we must do so in a way that protects jobs and opportunities for our children, in Staffordshire Moorlands and across the country. And does so in a way that maintains our national security and keeps the UK together. 

Karen welcomes funding opportunity for small charities in Staffordshire Moorlands

Moorlands MP, Karen Bradley has welcomed DFID’s (Department for International Development) Small Charities Challenge Fund (SCCF), an exciting funding opportunity for small charities in Staffordshire Moorlands.
SCCF is the first DFID fund designed specifically for small British charities. It provides grants for development organisations with an annual income of £250,000 or less working in priority countries to deliver the Global Goals. Grants of up to £50,000 are available for projects of two years or less.