News

More people in work since records began

James Brokenshire has welcomed new figures released yesterday that show the number of people in work is at a record high, with more than 2.96 million more people in work since 2010, while the number of people out of work is at the lowest level in over 40 years.

Gold Teaching Excellence Award at Rose Bruford

James Brokenshire has welcomed the news that Rose Bruford College in Sidcup has been awarded the top award in the newly published Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). The TEF rates universities on the quality of teaching and learning and has presented the Rose Bruford with its top Gold Award.

Celebrating local arts at the Sidcup Fringe

James Brokenshire has welcomed news of the upcoming Sidcup Fringe festival, bringing together the best performing talent from amongst our local community and celebrating the success of our local performing arts institutions.

New Sidcup Cancer Centre Receives First Patients

James Brokenshire warmly welcomes the opening of the of the art new cancer centre saying it will help transform NHS care in Bexley and beyond as part of £30m investment plan at Queen Mary's Hospital Sidcup.

New Kidney Treatment Centre at Queen Marys

James Brokenshire has warmly welcomed the opening of the new Kidney Treatment Centre at Queen Mary's Hospital Sidcup on Monday (24 April) saying that it marks a further step up in NHS services provided locally.

Keep Bexley on Track

James Brokenshire has joined fellow Bexley MPs David Evennett and Teresa Pearce together with the Leader of Bexley Council Teresa O'Neill and other councillors to show their joint support for maintaining the current choice of London destinations for local rail services. 

New Post Office in Blendon

James Brokenshire has received a letter from the Post Office about the transfer of Post Office services in Blendon to another site nearby.