On Sunday Theresa Villiers, MP for Chipping Barnet attended the fifth annual Armed Forces Day parade at Hendon Town Hall along with Mike Freer, MP for Finchley, Matthew Offord, MP for Hendon, Barnet councillors and the new Mayor, Melvin Cohen.
Bovine TB is a serious disease and has been increasing steadily since the 1980s with the number of new cases doubling every nine years. In the last 10 years the disease has cost the taxpayer Â£500 million.
Speaking after the vigil held at this evening at Somali and Bravanese Islamic Centre in Coppetts Road, Theresa Villiers, the local MP for the area, reiterated her condemnation of the attack which took place in the early hours of Wednesday morning and saw the centre burned down.
The following article by Theresa Villiers will be published in the Barnet Press this week. The Coalition Government is pressing ahead with an ambitious reform programme across many aspects of public sector activity, including changes to the way we deal with those convicted of crimes. For the first time, even those who have been given short sentences will be subject to supervision when they leave prison. We are also changing the way prisons work.
Theresa Villiers, MP for Chipping Barnet, has welcomed assurances from Greg Clark MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, on action the Government is taking to try to mitigate the impact of the Cyprus banking crisis on UK residents.
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