People living and working in this area will benefit after Bracknell Forest was given a share of £900m in additional Government funding for local councils.
James Sunderland took part in a National Autistic Society virtual Understanding Autism session to learn more about autism, how autistic people have been affected by the coronavirus outbreak, and how to better support his autistic constituents.
James Sunderland has welcomed the announcement that arts and cultural organisations in the Bracknell constituency are to receive a major cash boost from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund.
James Sunderland recounts the contribution that BME communities make, and have made, to our armed forces and urges caution to those seeking to change our national curriculum. He says: “our all-important diversity and inclusion agenda lies in good education, dialogue, mutual respect, wider acceptance of our past failings and tolerance.”
James Sunderland supports the Bill as it empowers covert operators to exercise discretion and judgment when operational circumstances necessitate or when there is no other way to avoid compromise and he rejects calls for a list of specific crimes as it would create a potential checklist for suspected operators to be tested against.
Boris Johnson’s stark admission in the Commons yesterday that “we have reached a perilous turning point”, and the imposition of tighter measures from Thursday are a veritable game-changer in the Government’s strategy against Covid-19.