The census is coming on Sunday 21 March. By filling in your census, you will help shape your community for the next 10 years.
On 5 March 2020, the BBC reported that a 70-year-old woman in the Royal Berkshire Hospital had become the first Briton to die of COVID-19. Exactly one year and so many deaths on, Covid Memorial Day will be a moment for Britain’s to take a moment to grieve.
Today, the House of Commons launches the Select Committee on the Armed Forces Bill, chaired by James Sunderland MP. The Select Committee on the Armed Forces Bill 2021 has held its first meeting to agree its programme of scrutiny on the Armed Forces Bill 2019-21.
James Sunderland has welcomed the Government’s Vaccines Delivery Plan – the biggest vaccination programme in British history – that sets ambitious targets as the government continues to ramp up its vaccine rollout.
James Sunderland MP has today pledged their support for the Long Live the Local campaign to help pubs in Bracknell survive. James Sunderland MP joins over 500,000 people who have signed the petition so far, including 788 in Bracknell alone.
Over 3000 women in the UK each year are diagnosed with cervical cancer with 850 deaths. That’s more than 2 women a day dying from the disease. By raising the number of women who go for their smear test, we can save lives.