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Maggie’s roaming advice surgeries return

Local MP Maggie Throup will again be holding a series of roaming advice surgeries across Erewash for constituents to drop in and discuss any issues or concerns they may have.

The surgeries will take place over the 28th and 29th September at the following venues:

Bus petition presented to Parliament

Erewash MP Maggie Throup has presented a petition to save the number 23 bus route during a late night sitting of the House of Commons.

Erewash MP pressures Minister into HS2 compensation rethink

The Minister responsible for overseeing HS2 is to look again at the suitability of the HS2 property compensation package currently being offered to residents living in Long Eaton following pressure from Erewash MP Maggie Throup.

Erewash Hosts Festival of Water 2017

Local MP Maggie Throup has praised the work of the Inland Waterways Association’s (IWA) during the 2017 Festival of Water, which was staged along a stretch of the Erewash Canal.

Maggie praises National Citizen Service Volunteers

Erewash MP Maggie Throup has met with volunteers undertaking their National Citizen Service, to discuss a project they are running which aims to raise awareness and funds for local homelessness charity the Canaan Trust.

Erewash MP questions Labour’s spending plans

Following Jeremy Corbyn’s U-turn on his commitment to ‘deal with’ student debt, 147 MPs including Erewash MP Maggie Throup, have written to Labour’s Shadow Chancellor demanding that he sets out which other plans would face the axe as Labour attempts to deal with £5.8 billion in extra debt interes

Final call for bus petition signatures

Local residents have until Friday 25th August to sign a community petition to reinstate the number 23 bus route, before it is presented to The House of Commons for their consideration by Erewash MP Maggie Throup.

Maggie visits children 1st

Erewash MP Maggie Throup reecenly visited the head office of Children 1st Day Nursery in Long Eaton before visiting Children 1st @ Derby Road.

Maggie gains assurances over HS2 compensation

Erewash MP Maggie Throup has gained a personal assurance from the Secretary of State for Transport that no Erewash resident affected by HS2 will be left out of pocket as a result of the major national infrastructure project.