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Tim Loughton MP signs Holocaust Educational Trust Book of Commitment

This week Tim Loughton MP signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment, in doing so pledging his commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day and honouring those who were murdered during the Holocaust as well as paying tribute to the extraordinary Holocaust survivors who work tirelessly to educate young people.

Tim Loughton MP becomes Apprenticeship Champion

Tim Loughton MP is backing apprenticeships in East Worthing and Shoreham and has joined a campaign to spread awareness of the opportunities that apprenticeships offer to both young people and businesses. 

Southern Rail Meeting

This month I had a meeting with Network Rail, Govia Thameslink Railway, the Rail Minister, Claire Perry MP, officials from the Department for Transport and 20 very angry MPs. I have to say that it was absolutely woeful. We heard a lot of excuses that frankly are just not good enough.

Tim Loughton MP becomes Apprenticeship Champion

Tim Loughton MP is backing apprenticeships in East Worthing and Shoreham and has joined a campaign to spread awareness of the opportunities that apprenticeships offer to both young people and businesses. 

Tim Loughton MP goes for gold in parliamentary pancake race showdown

With Rio 2016 looming large on the horizon, local MP for East Worthing and Shoreham, Tim Loughton is hoping to steal a march on the country's Olympic heroes by scooping an early gold medal in this year's Rehab Parliamentary Pancake Race at the Houses of Parliament. 

Tim Loughton MP welcomes new employment figures

Tim Loughton MP has welcomed new figures showing 275,000 more people in work across South East since the last Labour Government and a record level of employment across the UK as a whole – with over 2.2 million more people enjoying the security of a job than in 2010.

Update on WASPI Campaign

This podcast is an update on one I produced a few weeks ago on the issue of WASPI - Women Against State Pension Inequality Campaign and how women born in the 1950s were going to be disproportionately affected by State Pension age equalisation.