Saqib Bhatti, Member of Parliament for Meriden has today (Wednesday 29 April) asked the First Secretary of State a question in the House of Commons to tell the House what steps will be taken to protect communities from knife crime once the country emerges from the Coronavirus lockdown.
On Monday evening the Government announced new guidance to combat the spread of coronavirus. This now means that, unless you are a key worker, the most important thing you can do is stay at home. By staying home you are saving lives.
Saqib Bhatti MP has asked the Secretary of State for International Trade about the potential opportunities for small businesses and entrepreneurs in the West Midlands in the light of a potential trade deal with the United States of America.
Saqib Bhatti MP has recently visited the new HS2 Interchange Station in Bickenhill. The new line will increase capacity and reduce journey times for commuters. He also spoke of the impact on Meriden constituents and the need to limit disruption and to preserve the environment.
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