Andrew Bridgen MP has welcomed the announcement that thanks to the Government, 178 projects across the UK will receive extra funding to support grassroots football in their local communities.
“I declare my interest in fish and chips, Mr Speaker.”
The words of Leader of the House Mark Spencer when I questioned him in business questions this week, but let’s be honest who amongst us doesn’t declare an interest in fish and chips? That most British of institutions.
Andrew Bridgen MP has welcomed new figures that show 23,000 in North West Leicestershire have been automatically enrolled into a workplace pension – delivering on the Government’s priority to build a more inclusive savings culture.
Andrew Bridgen calls out failures of the English Football League regulations including the 2016 regulation which allows clubs to be separated from their stadiums and still comply with the financial fair play regulations, and also delays caused by the Football Creditor Rule.
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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