Monday, 16 November 2015

Westminster this coming week - much to do but celebrations for Women2Win dominate

I have a very busy week in the Commons this week, being on duty every day as the house debates Backbench Business, day 2 of the Cities and Local Government Devolution Bill, PMQs and more. I have constituents attending the house on a number of days, whether for meetings with Vattenfall, who are local wind farm developers, or to attend the bowel cancer UK reception and lobby group in Parliament, or the British Racing reception which supports British horse racing. It is also Parliament week, about which I will blog more tomorrow.

Thursday is the 10th anniversary of women2win, and I am going to the gala reception with the PM, and the co founders, Theresa May MP, and Anne Jenkin.
Why this matters is best set out here: http://www.conservativehome.com/platform/2015/06/guy-opperman-mp-and-baroness-anne-jenkin-the-new-conservative-women-mps-selected-on-merit-slaying-the-big-beasts.html
Women2Win is transforming British politics and is a genuine force for good.

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