John Stevenson, MP for Carlisle, will be holding an open surgery in his caravan in the car park of the Tesco store, Rosehill. John will be available between 10:00am and 12:00noon on Saturday 30th October to discuss any issues constituents would like to raise with him.
John Stevenson, MP for Carlisle will be leading a debate in Westminster Hall on Elected Mayors in Parliament this week. Westminster Hall debates allow backbench Members of Parliament to lead a debate on a subject of their choice. John has been a long time supporter of Elected Mayors...
Carlisle MP John Stevenson is backing a Government incentive which is aimed at cutting red-tape for charities, social enterprises and voluntary organisations.The joint Cabinet Office- Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Task Force on Cutting Red Tape...
Carlisle Scouts from Ayers Explorer Scout Unit joined John Stevenson Member of Parliament for Carlisle, along with over 150 Scouts and their leaders from across the UK to mingle with MPs at the Speaker’s reception. Many Scouts were given a tour of Parliament, before meeting their MP...
John will be attending the dinner alongside The Lord Lieutenant and local business people. The purpose of the evening is for the Commanding Officer, Lt Col Andrew Kennedy and officers from his Cumbrian TA to meet with those who represent the Territorial Army soldiers...
On October 8th Carlisle MP John Stevenson is to meet with the Chief Executive of NHS Cumbria Sue Page and Director of Public Health for Cumbria Professor John Ashton. "We will be discussing the PCT’s role in the community, the provision of healthcare...”
MP for Carlisle John Stevenson will be visiting Austin Friars St Monica’s School on the 8th October where he will take a tour of the school and answer questions put to him about his life as an MP. John’s visit to Austin Friars is part of his plan to visit every Secondary School in his constituency.
Carlisle MP John Stevenson has expressed his disappointment at the City Council for reinstating a target for the number of houses which are allowed to be built in Carlisle. Central Government had scrapped such targets on house building to reduce red tape and unnecessary bureaucracy.
Local MP, John Stevenson, will chair a meeting sponsored by the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) and the British Retail Consortium (BRC) at this year’s Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham on Tuesday 5th October.
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