Andrew Bridgen MP has welcomed the announcement that North West Leicestershire will receive £419,184 to support iconic cultural and heritage organisations and independent cinemas as they reopen and recover from coronavirus.
Following the Court of Appeal judgment to quash the convictions of 39 postmasters, Andrew Bridgen calls for a full public inquiry and independent compensation panel for victims of the Post Office Horizon scandal.
At Prime Minister’s Questions, Andrew Bridgen calls on Prime Minister to ensure fairer funding for Leicestershire County Council which for the last three years has been the most productive county authority in the country, despite also being the lowest funded.
North West Leicestershire is a semi rural constituency at the heart of the National Forest. It has three main towns which are Coalville, Ashby De La Zouch and Castle Donington, and they are surrounded by small towns and villages. It is made up of 20 District Council Wards and 8 County Council Wards. Famous landmarks within the constituency include East Midlands Airport, Donington Racetrack and Conkers Visitor Centre.
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