Member of Parliament for North East Hampshire, Ranil Jayawardena MP, is launching a petition to urge HM Government to strengthen police powers by giving the police the power to direct trespassers to leave simply because of trespassing—and before damage, abuse or six vehicles occurs.
Member of Parliament for North East Hampshire, Ranil Jayawardena MP, has welcomed Hampshire’s £2,956,522 share of the £97.5 million pothole/flood resilience funding announced today to repair roads after this winter’s damage.
Figures out this week show that unemployment is at the lowest rate since 1975 and over three million more people are in work since 2010. This means 4,647,000 people are in work in the South East – an increase of 455,000 since the Conservatives came into Government.
Ranil Jayawardena—Member of Parliament for North East Hampshire—recently met the Chairman and Manager of the Fleet Business Improvement District (BID) to discuss the need for revitalisation and regeneration in Fleet.