Monday, 9 January 2012

Parliament returns, health questions and the catch of the year

Westminster activity is hotting up as the House sits again tomorrow [albeit the team and I have been hard at it and at our desks both after xmas and over the new year period].
Meeting the Green Aliance tomorrow concerning our Green Deal workshops before our meeting and submissions to Greg Barker on the Green Deal later this month
Also having further meetings tomorrow regarding the Arch Cru crisis tomorrow which we are prepping. Will report back on both later this week.

Have 2 questions as well in the House to Health Ministers at 2.30
i). What steps has the SOS taken to implement flexi scope bowel cancer screening
and the follow up =
ii). The government rightly chose the North East for 2 of the successful pathfinder tests in South of Tyne and Tees. Can the Minister give me a specific date for when local screening centres will be invited both to bid to become pilot sites, and actually have patients as part of the programme?

On a lighter note I can only recommend that any cricket lover go to this link and admire the catch of this year, and any year:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Wq5MHIRWqQ

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