Matthew was pleased to attend the interfaith blood donation, National Seva and Mitzva Day awareness concert at the Shree Swaminarayan Temple in Golders Green as a guest of Acharya of Shree Swaminarayan Gadi His Divine Holiness Purushottampriyadasji.
Spreading democracy, tackling AIDs, Zimbabwe, economic development and blood diamonds were all issues covered by Matthew and a delegation from the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association on a visit to Botswana.
Instead of sitting in an office in Westminster, Matthew is spending the summer getting round the constituency of Hendon. One such visit was the Catch 22 and the Barnet Action 4 Youth project in Colindale where Matthew met young people on their summer break.
Following a key general election campaign pledge, Hendon's MP Matthew Offord has secured the agreement of the government to legislate a change in the law so that Universal Jurisdiction will only be enacted when there is clear and genuine evidence that has a real possibility for prosecution.
The delegation attended the laying of the foundation stone of the new school in Halutzit. Deep in the Negev desert in undisputed territory along the Egyptian border, Matthew helped lay the concrete of this new community
Hendon's MP Matthew Offord married his finance, Claire Rowles, on Saturday 12th June 2010 at Kintbury Church near Newbury before attending their reception at Highclere Castle, home of Lord and Lady Carnarvon.
It is a great honour that the chairman of the Committee proposed me as Treasurer of this important body. I am looking forward to addressing issues such as the rise of extremism and anti-semitism on university campuses with the Higher Education Minister
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