Your Member of Parliament for Harrow East

Andrew Percy MP

Parliament Street Seminar on Homelessness

Bob took part in a seminar organised by Parliament Street called 'Compassionate Christmas: A Home for Everyone' to discuss the issue of homelessness and raise awareness of the plight of many people in these cold winter months and in the run-up to Christmas. Also speaking was Lord John Bird, the Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Big Issue, Samantha Latouche, the Head of Volunteering and Partnerships for the One House Group and Cllr Sem Moema, the Mayoral Advisor on Housing for Hackney Council...

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Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation Reception

The Conservative Animal Welfare Foundation was founded to raise awareness of the huge numbers of animals subjected to intensive farming methods and to campaign against live exports and the caging of hens. Bob is firm supporter of animal welfare and went along to the foundation's recent reception in Parliament. He has also welcomed measures announced by Michael Gove to ensure that animal sentience is properly recognised in British law post-Brexit.

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National Day of Romania 2017

Bob was pleased to speak at a reception to celebrate the National Day of Romania at the invitation of the Ambassador, HE Dan Mihalache, in the prestigious Romanian Embassy in Belgrave Square. He spoke about the long history of relations between Romania and the UK, noting that the first ever modern bilateral trade treaty was signed between our nations in 1880 (the Treaty of Trade and Navigation), and pressed for continued positive relations going forward post-Brexit.

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Harrow Weald Festive Singalong

It's that time of year again and Harrow Weald is in a festive mood. Bob joined local Councillors Stephen Greek, Pritesh Patel and Ramji Chauhan at a Christmas Carol singalong to celebrate the new Christmas lights on the High Road. This is the first time such decorations have been put up and well done to the Harrow Weald Councillors for their work in making the necessary funding available.

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The 'Poverty is Sexist' Campaign

Bob met a group of young journalists from Bentley Wood High School as part of a joint ONE Campaign and Student View lobby day in support of the 'Poverty is Sexist' campaign, which calls on world leaders to take action and support the 130 million girls worldwide who are denied their right to an education. Student View is a media charity creating newsrooms in schools across the capital, getting young people involved in work related to international development.

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Visit to the Cardinal Hume Centre

Bob's Homelessness Reduction Act will come into force in April 2019 and organisations across the country are preparing. He was was pleased to make a visit to the Cardinal Hume Centre to see the excellent work they are doing to prevent homeless young people from sleeping on the streets and to support families living in inadequate bed and breakfast accommodation and he spoke with a group of advisors about his Act and how it will help those on the frontline of providing services. The centre itself ...

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Mitzvah Day at Stanmore Synagogue

Bob had a busy Mitzvah Day, which fell on Sunday 19th November this year, heading to Stanmore Synagogue to take part in the soup making, tea making and collectathons taking place during the day. There was also a children’s craft fair and Knitathon, and a Seniors Tea for those who also attended the AJEX Parade on that day.  

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DiscoG Coding Grand Opening

Bob was pleased to cut the ribbon at the Grand Opening of DiscoG Coding, a new facility on Belmont Circle which offers tuition and support for young coders. Using the Raspberry Pi computer system, students are given the chance to learn coding, applying logical and analytical thinking and problem solving which will be highly valuable in their future working careers. The local Conservative ward team, Cllr Lynda Seymour, Cllr Manji Kara and Candidate Anjana Patel, were also attending to support the...

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