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Matthew praises world-class Mill Hill landmark

Matthew was delighted to visit University College London’s observatory in Mill Hill to see the world-class teaching facility that is part of the University’s Physics and Astronomy Department.

Matthew raises Hendon schools funding in Parliament

During a debate in Parliament, Matthew raised concerns about school funding. Matthew stated that despite rising standards and more children in good and outstanding schools, more may need to be done to address recent cost pressures.

The full text of Matthew's contribution is below. 

Matthew welcomes Cabinet Minister to Hendon

Matthew was delighted to welcome James Brokenshire, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, to see the completion of Wohl Court in Hendon. This is an independent living scheme run by Jewish Care.

Matthew presses urgent need for lift at Mill Hill Broadway station

Leading a debate in Westminster Hall this week on Accessibility at Railway Stations, Matthew highlighted the importance of public transport for millions of people and the issues faced by disabled passengers and passengers with mobility restraints when using railways stations. 

Matthew reassures local Romanian community over Brexit

Matthew was pleased to visit the congregation at the Maretul Har, Romanian Evangelical Church in Edgware. The visit provided an opportunity to see how the church brings together people whose family originated in Romania but who have made Edgware their home.

Matthew celebrates World Book Day

Matthew is supporting World Book Day’s national ‘Share a Story’ campaign, encouraging parents and carers to read with their children for ten minutes a day.