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James Brokenshire Visits Woodville Grove Anchor Retirement Home

On Friday 30 September James Brokenshire visited the Woodville Grove Anchor Retirement Home to take part in their celebration of Older People’s Day. James shared tea and cake with some of the residents and local councillors, before reading out the winners in the raffle competition.

Shock at Bexley Village Death

James Brokenshire has urged anyone with information to come forward to the police following a violent incident in Bexley Village in the early hours of Sunday morning which claimed the life of a local man in his thirties.

Joining forces to fight fraud

Thirty-seven organisations joined forces today to launch ‘Fighting Fraud Together’, a new strategy that aims to reduce fraud - a crime estimated to cost the UK £38 billion every year.

Joining forces to fight fraud

Thirty-seven organisations joined forces today to launch ‘Fighting Fraud Together’, a new strategy that aims to reduce fraud - a crime estimated to cost the UK £38 billion every year.

World Mental Health Day

James Brokenshire has given his support to World Mental Health Day visiting a special stall in Bexleyheath to mark the event.

World Mental Health Day

James Brokenshire has given his support to World Mental Health Day visiting a special stall in Bexleyheath to mark the event.

Ending Immigration Rule Abuses

James Brokenshire has welcomed news that the Government is examining changes to the immigration rules to end the abuse of ‘the right to a family life’, which often prevents the removal of foreign nationals who have been convicted of a criminal offence or breached immigration law. 

Ending Immigration Rule Abuses

James Brokenshire has welcomed news that the Government is examining changes to the immigration rules to end the abuse of ‘the right to a family life’, which often prevents the removal of foreign nationals who have been convicted of a criminal offence or breached immigration law.