James has welcomed the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget, which included an increase in NHS and mental health funding, measures to help more people onto the housing ladder and important investment into local communities and high streets.
James Brokenshire joined patients, staff and family representative of June Casson the former Chair of the Patient Reference Group for the Guy’s Cancer Centre at Queen Mary’s Hospital for a special event to unveil a painting to remember and celebrate June’s work.
James Brokenshire met with the new Chief Executive of Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, Matthew Trainer at Queen Mary’s Hospital to discuss local health matters and the current phase of developments at Queen Mary’s Hospital.
James Brokenshire recently attended a Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle compliance operation to see the work of TfL’s Compliance Officers in inspecting licensed taxi and private hire drivers to ensure they comply with relevant legislation and regulations.
James Brokenshire hosted a Police reassurance meeting at Blackfen Community Library last Friday to provide an opportunity for local residents to discuss their community safety concerns and to hear from Bexley Police on the steps they are taking to respond.
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