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Thanks to @GH_Sudbury for sending this through. A timely reminder of the exciting projects that South Suffolk looks forward to the coming years.

Contact details for me & other important local & national organisations are available here. Particularly important is the Home But Not Alone number for vulnerable self-isolating constituents who need support - 0800 876 6926

RT @Daniel_Woodrow: @jc4southsuffolk Thank you James. One of our main concerns is providing those families who need it with food/vouchers for meals in the event of a school closure or self-isolation preventing their children getting meals at school. We'd appreciate any support the government can offer.

In yesterday’s Coronavirus statement from @MattHancock, I asked about the position of mothers with very young children, following feedback from constituents about the scarcity of certain baby products.

Happy @WorldBookDayUK 2020! So important to increase the literacy level of children by encouraging them to read from pleasure #ShareAStory

Really good event showing that we need to focus on our USB's as a region: green energy, gateway to international trade, agri & biotech innovation. Above all, we are a net contributor & investing in our region supports UK plc.

Really enjoyed meeting the wonderful ladies who volunteer to provide Glemsford community cafe, so popular with local mums & toddlers, anod a real asset to the village. Definitely a day for having cake and eating it! #sconesgone

On a number of times in the election I stated my firm belief that if we were given a clear majority, we would be able to pass the Brexit deal into law and business could 'get its confidence back'. On Friday we passed the deal through the HoC; today we heard from business (1/2).

The headline of the latest Deloitte CFO survey says it all, out today: "Business confidence soars". It states: "CFOs reported their biggest-ever increase in optimism in the 11-year history of the survey", & predicts a surge in capital investment.… (2/2)

Great news on UK efforts to address climate change. National Grid confirmed on 1st Jan: "2019 was the cleanest year on record for Britain as, for the first time, the amount of zero carbon power outstripped that from fossil fuels for a full twelve months"