Robert said, "It was a real pleasure to meet Steve and Lothar his guide dog from The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association (UK) today and to hear about their campaign to help vulnerable pedestrians with problematic pavement parking.
Robert said, "I’ve been sitting on the Ivory Bill this week - an important part of the Government’s plan - through Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) - to leave a better environment than we found.
Robert said, "This is great news for commuters in West Oxfordshire, both for those travelling to Cowley for work - as they can avoid congestion on the A40 - and for those travelling elsewhere, as there will be fewer cars on the roads.
Robert said, "When I attended the very moving event held in Speaker’s House and spoke to survivors, one of the most striking and moving points made was residents telling me that repeated complaints and concerns had been raised but had not been listened to or acted on. Does my right hon.
Robert said, "Carolyn and Carlos from The Whale Company are paddling their stand up paddle boards - made entirely from plastic bottles - from the Thames’ source to the sea (Sea2Source) in order to raise awareness of plastic pollution in our rivers.
Robert said, "Abingdon & Witney College held a Country Fair at their Common Leys Farm campus over the weekend: great to meet the students who run the entire event, to see local crafts and trades - and to introduce the range of animals that they have to my family!"