Author Archives: Teresa Pearce MP

Network Rail’s South East Route Strategic Plan for 2019-2024.

  I am concerned for the reliability of local rail services in the years ahead, given what Network Rail is saying in its latest strategy. https://cdn.networkrail.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/South-East-Route-Strategic-Plan.pdf As the body responsible for railway tracks, bridges, junctions and signalling, Network Rail is … Continue reading

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Teresa calls on Bexley Council to offer more support for deaf children

Teresa Pearce has called upon Bexley Council to help more than 200 deaf children living in the borough. Bexley is one of 54% of councils in England which is not funding radio aids which help deaf children in the early … Continue reading

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Teresa Pearce MP joins up to fight the fakes

Teresa has joined forces with Electrical Safety First to raise awareness of risks in the home caused by fake electronic goods sold online. The Charity’s research has found that 3 out of 5 fake electricals are bought online, and a … Continue reading

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Teresa has joined forces with leading safety charity, Electrical Safety First, to help protect constituents in their home

I recently attended Electrical Safety First’s recent reception to find out more about how I can help my constituents stay electrically safe at home – especially now, as winter has arrived and older people in particular, are at greater risk … Continue reading

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Teresa welcomes news that Bexleyheath Police Station will remain open

  Teresa Pearce MP has today welcomed the news that Bexleyheath Police Station is no longer being considered for closure. Following a substantial consultation with Londoners, today MOPAC have published the joint MOPAC/MPS Public Access Strategy. This can be found here. … Continue reading

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Teresa calls for constituents affected by mesh implants to get in touch

Last week I was pleased to attend the Westminster Hall debate on “Surgical Mesh Implants,” secured by my colleague Emma Hardy MP. Surgical mesh implants are medical devices used by surgeons to treat pelvic organ prolapse and incontinence in women, conditions that … Continue reading

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Teresa calls on FA to fill empty seats at England matches with free tickets for schools

  Teresa has signed a letter calling on the Football Association to fill empty seats at England matches with free tickets for schoolchildren. The letter, signed by a cross-party group of 128 MPs was drafted by Shadow Sports Minister, Dr … Continue reading

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Teresa calls on Chancellor to Keep Pubs Afloat

Teresa has joined with representatives of the UK’s beer drinkers, pub goers, brewers and publicans to urge the Chancellor to keep pubs afloat in the Autumn Budget. Reviews of business rates across England mean many pubs are being hit with … Continue reading

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Teresa reminds constituents of £1 coin deadline

Teresa has today encouraged her constituents to check for and use any old £1 coins before they are phased out on the 15th October. On the 28th March the government introduced the new 12-sided £1 coin to reduce the cost … Continue reading

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Teresa poses in pink at Westminster to support Breast Cancer Now’s vital research

  Teresa has dressed in pink to lend her support to Breast Cancer Now’s flagship fundraiser, wear it pink, which will see thousands of people across the UK adding a splash of pink to their outfits on Friday 20 October … Continue reading

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