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Welcome to my new website for 2015. I shall be adding my Plan for Ludlow Constituency and other issues on which I shall be campaigning in the run-up to the General Election on 7th May this year.

 

Dunne welcomes Network Rail decision on Ashford Bowdler crossing

philip_dunne_ashford_bowdler.jpgPhilip Dunne MP has welcomed a decision by Network Rail to upgrade the level crossing in Ashford Bowdler from half barriers to full barriers.

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Westminster Column - Holocaust Memorial Day

Holocaust Memorial DayThis week I was pleased to sign the Holocaust Memorial Trust’s ‘Book of Commitment’ to mark International Holocaust Memorial Day. The book honours those who died during the Holocaust, as well as those extraordinary survivors who work tirelessly to educate younger generations about what they endured.

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Dunne welcomes New Growth Deal funding for Shropshire broadband

Philip Dunne MP has welcomed the announcement of additional funding to support broadband infrastructure in South Shropshire – helping to create jobs and improve services for residents and businesses.

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Britain’s economy strongest in G7 thanks to Conservative action says Dunne

South Shropshire MP Philip Dunne has welcomed new figures from the Office for National Statistics showing the UK’s economy grew by 2.6% over the past year. This confirms the IMF’s forecast that the Britain would be the fastest growing economy of the G7 nations in 2014.

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Philip Dunne MP signs Holocaust Educational Trust Book of Commitment

Philip Dunne MP signs Holocaust Educational Trust Book of Commitment  This week South Shropshire MP Philip Dunne signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment, pledging his commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day and honouring those who were murdered during the Holocaust as well as paying tribute to the extraordinary Holocaust survivors who work tirelessly to educate young people.

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Westminster Column – Cost of living

There was good news recently that inflation fell in December to 0.5%, its lowest level in modern times, driven by falling food and fuel costs. Wage growth of 1.8% in the three months to November is now outstripping inflation, meaning more money in the pockets of local families at the end of each month, more security, and more to spend in our shops and sustain local jobs. I am particularly pleased to see a fall in fuel costs which will help household budgets locally.

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