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Rebecca Harris: Ed Miliband’s Immigration Denial

Rebecca Harris was surprised to hear Labour leader Ed Miliband admit that he would still like to see more immigration into the UK. Even though under Labour immigration rocketed with net migration at a record 2.2 million people – twice the population of Birmingham – the Labour leader refused to admit that they had let too many people into the country. 

Rebecca Harris is honoured by award

At this year’s Annual Parliamentary Luncheon on the 28th March BALPPA Chairman Adrian Mahon presented Rebecca Harris MP with the Association’s Parliamentarian Champion Award 2010 on behalf of the BALPPA Members.

Mr Canvey retains Borough Council seat.

Popular Conservative Councillor, Ray Howard enjoyed success at yesterdays election retaining both his Borough & Town Council seats on Canvey Island.

Rebecca rocks for Havens sake......

Rebecca Harris and Mark Francois, the local Members of Parliament for Castle Point and Rayleigh, attended the Rock for Havens sake music festival at the Mill Hall in Rayleigh, in aid of the Little Havens and Fair Havens hospices.

Rebecca Harris MP Supports Governments Plan to Help for the poorest children through the Pupil Premium

Castle Point, Rebecca Harris, has welcomed new figures which show that thousands of children in Castle Point are set to share an extra £525,000 this year under the Coalition government’s new ‘pupil premium’. The pupil premium is a new policy promised by both the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats before the general election last year. It is an extra lump sum of cash which follows every less advantaged child and is received by schools, allowing them to provide additional support such as one-to-one tuition or extra pastoral care.

Wendy inspects new Benfleet Station Cycle shelters

Conservative Councillor Wendy Goodwin visited Benfleet Station to inspect the new cycle shelters. Wendy had been lobbied by residents to provide an alternative to the previous unsightly practise of chaining bikes to the railings.