Today, we have announced new plans to double the maximum penalty for those assaulting an emergency worker – from 12 months to 2 years – offering greater protection to our frontline heroes and delivering stronger punishments to these vile thugs for their appalling behaviour.
Last night, I joined the Prime Minister in the voting for the UK Internal Market Bill - which protects our United Kingdom and delivers on our manifesto commitment of ensuring unfettered trade across the whole country.
It is an exciting time returning to school after the summer holidays. Even more so if you are heading to a new school. All these years afterwards I still remember that peculiar mix of excitement and nerves. So, spare a thought for all the children heading back to schools across Great Yarmouth.
Over 100 million meals have been claimed under the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme
159,000 meals claimed under the scheme in Great Yarmouth
Brandon urges local people to continue supporting local businesses as the UK bounces back from coronavirus
A new £2 billion Kickstart scheme will create thousands of new jobs for young people across UK as part of our coronavirus recovery. I'm calling on local employers to sign up and help young people into work to mark the opening of the initiative.
Today we will witness a historic landmark in Parliament as we debate the proposals to take back control of the fishing waters around the United Kingdom. This key bill - the first in forty years - is an important part of our Brexit legislation.
New figures have shown that our Eat Out to Help Out scheme has now been used over 64 million times, delivering a vital boost for our hospitality sector which has been hit hard by coronavirus. I know from the conversations I've had with local business owners that the scheme has made a big differe
Following new advice from the World Health Organisation, we have updated our guidance on using face coverings in schools so that parents, pupils and teachers have the confidence they need to get back into the classroom.