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Unemployment remains at 11-year low

Over the last seven years we have been working hard to create more opportunities for ordinary working people. That starts by helping more people into work so that they can earn a living and provide for themselves and their family. 
 

Minister visits Stoke campaign group with candidate Jack

A Home Office Minister has visited a Stoke-based campaign group which tackles the scourge of modern slavery and human trafficking.

Sarah Newton MP, who is Minister for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism, spent time meeting representatives from Voice of Hope.

Our Plan for Britain

In a major speech on the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union, the Prime Minister has called for a truly Global Britain – an independent, self-governing nation working with our European allies and trading with the rest of the world. 
 

I’m determined to build the shared society for everyone

When the British people voted in the referendum last June, they did not simply vote to withdraw from the European Union; they voted to change the way our country works – and the people for whom it works – forever.

Government homelessness funding boost welcomed

Rugby’s Member of Parliament, Mark Pawsey has today welcomed news that a trailblazing project to tackle homelessness in Rugby and Warwickshire, led by Rugby Borough Council, has received an £855,000 grant from the Government.

The Prime Minister's New Year Message

The New Year is a time to reflect on what has passed and to look ahead to the opportunities to come. And this year, as I consider all that 2017 has in store, I believe those opportunities are greater than ever.