Member of Parliament for Mid Worcestershire ..
Opposition Whip ..
HOUSE OF COMMONS, LONDON, SW1A 0AA ..
Tel: 01905 763952 ..
Email: [email protected] .
Peter Luff Press Releases
and Speeches outside Parliament
Records 1 to 10 of 20
NEED FOR BETTER BALANCE OF TRAVELLERS’ RIGHTS
2nd. September. 2004
Mid Worcestershire MP Peter Luff has today called for a better balance between the rights of travellers and the rest of society.
FAIRER FUNDING URGENTLY NEEDED FOR POLICE
1st. September. 2004
Peter Luff,Member of Parliament for Mid Worcestershire has written to the Home Secretary, David Blunkett, and to the Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott, to urge a fairer funding deal for the police force in Worcestershire.
LUFF ATTACKS CAPPING OF FIRE AUTHORITY
20th. July. 2004
This is the full text of my speech in the Commons on 19th July attacking the capping of the Hereford and Worcester Fire Authority.
CAN’T WE KEEP OUR SPECIAL SCHOOLS?
10th. April. 2004
Peter Luff argues that the County Council is wrong to seek to reduce special school places in Worcestershire.
FIGHT TO SAVE DROITWICH HEALTH CENTRE
16th. March. 2004
Government spending cuts imposed on the local health service threaten a major new public service one-stop shop in the town.
LOCAL TRAIN SERVICES TO BIRMINGHAM
25th. November. 2003
Train services from Droitwich to Birmingham are a mess.
MY RESPONSE TO PROPOSED HEALTH CUTS
21st. May. 2003
This is the text of my letter to the South Worcestershire Primary Care Trust, opposing all their proposed cuts to local services. The consultation closes on 22nd May 2003.
PLEASE RESPOND TO HEALTH SERVICE CONSULTATION
15th. April. 2003
I am asking local people to respond to the proposals to cut our local NHS. Responses must be in by 22nd May 2003.
GOVERNMENT TO BLAME FOR LARGE COUNCIL TAX RISE
18th. March. 2003
Peter Luff explains that the large council tax rises we face in the county this year are the fault of the government’s unfair treatment of Worcestershire.
IMPORTANT CONSULTATION ON REGIONAL GOVERNMENT REFERENDUM
15th. December. 2002
I have launched a full public consultation on whether local people want a referendum on regional government, which would mean more of Worcestershire’s affairs being run from a regional assembly in Birmingham. The government wants views by March, so I need responses by the end of February 2003.