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  • Infrastructure Envoy to India
    welcomed the recent appointment of Alok Sharma MP as the British Prime Minister s Infrastructure Envoy to act as the key contact between our two governments Indian public and private sector infrastructure companies and British financial practitioners Alok who spent 20 years advising companies internationally on corporate finance matters before entering Parliament in 2010 was closely involved in discussions between the UK and Indian governments on plans to launch a flagship rupee denominated bond in London by the Indian Railway Finance Corporation which was a key announcement by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to the UK November 2015 Alok was also a part of the UK government team involved in planning for Prime Minister Modi s UK visit Following his appointment Alok said I am absolutely delighted to have been appointed by the Prime Minister as his Infrastructure Envoy to India this is an incredibly exciting role Prime Minister Modi s announcement on the Indian railway bond was a strong endorsement of the UK s position as a leading international financial sector and gained considerable attention amongst the Indian and British business communities Alok continued The Indian government has a hugely ambitious programme of infrastructure projects and I look forward to working closely with colleagues in both governments to ensure that we develop rupee linked debt markets and build closer ties between the UK and Indian capital markets Ultimately the aim is to facilitate capital raising for Indian infrastructure projects in the London market Cabinet Minister Oliver Letwin MP who heads the Cabinet Office and plays a key role in the UK s relationship with the Indian government said I am very pleased that the Prime Minister has appointed Alok as his Infrastructure Envoy to India This is a big role with the potential to make a real

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  • Circuit Lane Surgery
    surgery and North and West Reading Clinical Commissioning Group NHS England and North West Reading CCG representatives will be able to provide an update on how feedback from public meetings held in September 2015 and a recent patient survey has been reflected in the service specification document being used to identify a new provider for Circuit Lane Patients attending the meeting will have an opportunity to put questions to the healthcare professionals present To assist with planning those wishing to attend the meeting on Thursday 28 th January at 7pm should get in touch via alok sharma mp parliament uk or 0118 941 3803 The full list of panellists includes Alok Sharma MP for Reading West Dr Rod Smith clinical lead for Circuit Lane Surgery Helen Mackenzie Director of Nursing and Governance at BHFT Dr Geoff Payne Medical Director at NHS England along with a senior member of the Nursing Team Shirley Edwards Primary Care Commissioning Manager North and West Reading CCG NHS England Dr Barbara Barrie Governing Body Clinical Lead North and West Reading CCG In September 2014 five GPs running Circuit Lane Surgery in Southcote tendered their resignation and gave notice that they would end their contract for providing services in January 2015 Following this announcement Alok organised several public meetings with NHS England to answer questions from concerned patients about the future of the surgery and the commissioning process to find a new provider Alok also formed a Working Group to provide regular feedback to NHS England on local patients views and priorities throughout the commissioning process The Working Group included representatives from NHS England the local Clinical Commissioning Group the Circuit Lane Patient Participation Group the local Health and Well Being Board Healthwatch Reading and Alok Alok Sharma said I am pleased to be able to

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  • Ahmad Zeidan
    and that he was forced to sign legal documents in Arabic a language he cannot read Ahmad has informed his lawyers that the statement which he was forced to sign is not an accurate account of what he said or what happened on the evening of his arrest Ahmad s representatives have also raised concerns that he was denied access to lawyers and an interpreter when questioned by the Public Prosecutor as well as being denied the right to consular assistance upon his arrest All of those arrested with Ahmad have since been freed as a result of amnesties which are routinely carried out at state and federal level Ahmad has been excluded from multiple amnesties Ahmad s legal representatives have stated that the only factor differentiating Ahmad s case from his pardoned co defendants is that he submitted a complaint against the arresting officers after they subjected him to 8 days of torture and that Ahmad raised his illegal treatment at trial Speaking in Parliament during Foreign Office Questions Alok Sharma said Mr Speaker my former constituent Ahmad Zeidan who is a British national is currently serving a 9 year custodial sentence in the United Arab Emirates Mr Zeidan s family have informed me that whilst in prison he has been subject to brutal beatings and threats of physical and sexual violence by police officers Mr Zeidan maintains that he is innocent and that he was coerced into signing a confession written in Arabic a language he cannot read Will the Minister meet with me and representatives of Mr Zeidan s family to discuss his case and see what can be done to ensure his early release Foreign Office Minister Tobias Ellwood MP responded I would be happy to meet with my honourable friend and the family as well

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  • RBC Education Admissions
    been down all weekend and is still not accessible Alok has written to the Managing Director of Reading Borough Council urging the Council to take immediate action to rectify this problem since the deadline for applications is this Friday 15 January Alok Sharma said It really is completely unacceptable that the online admissions service has been down all weekend and is still not working Parents who have contacted me are angry frustrated and very stressed given that the deadline for applications is Friday 15 January Reading Borough Council s education department has a poor history of planning for enough school places with parents being frustrated at not getting their top choice of schools and this latest problem is not making local parents feel any more confident in Reading Borough Council Alok continued The Council needs to take immediate action to fix the problems with this website and should consider extending the admissions deadline beyond this Friday to give parents a few extra days to complete applications Monday January 11 2016 Alok Sharma MP Reading West The Reading West constituency embraces parts of two local unitary authorities Reading Borough and West Berkshire Reading Battle Kentwood Minster Norcot Southcote Tilehurst and Whitley

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  • Arts Summit | Alok Sharma MP - Member of Parliament for Reading West
    Arts Summit in Parliament to discuss the future of the arts in Reading The aim of the summit is to bring together representatives of many of the key players in the area which want to help develop and deliver a long term vision and programme for the arts in the Reading area Invited to the summit are representatives from the Arts Council the University of Reading Thames Valley Berkshire Local Enterprise Partnership Reading College Reading Borough Council Reading UK CIC Reading Year of Culture Heritage Lottery Fund Historic England Arts in Reading and representatives from business The attendees at the summit will receive a presentation from the Arts Council which will set out examples of how other towns and cities similar to Reading have developed themselves into thriving and sustainable arts and culture hubs and attractive cultural destinations for national and international visitors The Arts Council which has provided almost 100 000 in funding towards Reading Year of Culture 2016 is keen to encourage towns and cities like Reading to build on their cultural assets and heritage Alok Sharma said The reason for holding this Arts Summit is to bring together many of the key players in the area who want to help develop and deliver a long term vision for the arts in the Reading area I commend all of the organisations that are working hard to deliver a successful Year of Culture in particular the Arts Council Reading UK CIC the University of Reading Reading Borough Council Reading College as well as many local arts groups and businesses I hope that this summit in Parliament will be a catalyst in generating a number of meaningful deliverables to strengthen Reading s standing as an arts hub and cultural destination Hedley Swain Area Director South East Arts Council England said

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  • Norcot Community Centre | Alok Sharma MP - Member of Parliament for Reading West
    Managers in Reading have been working hard to raise money for the Community Centre after Alok nominated the Community Centre as a good cause for Barclays to support in their fundraising efforts Barclays Staff collectively cycled more than 500km as part of a two day event to raise money for the Norcot Community Centre Local business Anytime Fitness Reading owned by Andy Tully kindly provided an exercise bicycle which was used by staff members in half hour slots to both raise donations for the local community centre and to help promote fitness within the Barclays team In addition 15 members of staff from Barclays also took part in a 10km sponsored walk around the Reading area In total the Barlcays team raised 762 82 which has been matched by Barlcays Bank taking the total donation up to 1 525 64 The Norcot Community Association which was launched in 2014 brings together local residents to encourage greater community pride and spirit as well as aiming to reduce crime and anti social behaviour improve the local environment protect and improve local amenities and encourage regeneration of the community centre Alok Sharma said A big thank you to Barclays Bank for taking on board my suggestion to fundraise for the Norcot Community Centre and well done to all the staff members who made such a big effort to raise donations The Norcot Community Association does an excellent job helping to promote community spirit in the local area and I hope that this donation will help facilitate some much needed improvements at the Community Centre and help the Association to continue their outstanding work Councillor Tom Steele who represents Kentwood Ward and has been a long time supporter of the Norcot Community Centre said As a local Councillor I have been involved with the

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  • Tilehurst childcare petition | Alok Sharma MP - Member of Parliament for Reading West
    children a day has plans to extend its current building to provide an additional classroom and play facilities At weekends and during school holidays the extra classroom would also be used as a café so members of the local community could make use of the pre school s playground while enjoying a drink or snack Public toilets would also be provided during opening hours The land behind Newbery Lodge which it hopes to use for its extension is a corridor of land which leads on to Arthur Newbery Park but is not part of the main park and is currently unused However as the land is classified by Reading Borough Council as public open space the pre school s proposals have been dismissed Alok has been supporting Newbery Lodge s plans to expand since January 2014 and has been lobbying Reading Borough Council since then to encourage them to reconsider their inflexible approach An online petition has been launched to ask the Council to allow Newbery Lodge to expand and can be viewed by visiting https www change org p reading borough council help newbery lodge pre school and bring much needed facilities to arthur newbery park The petition has been welcomed by local residents and has received a large number of supportive comments which can be read on the petition website Alok Sharma said Given the Government s plans to extend free childcare for working parents of three and four year olds to 30 hours per week there will undoubtedly be a further increase in demand for childcare places It is therefore extremely short sighted of the Council to oppose the extension of Newbery Lodge which will increase choice for local parents and provide a café and toilet facilities for local people using Arthur Newbery Park Comments by members

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  • Denefield School | Alok Sharma MP - Member of Parliament for Reading West
    global workforce The visit also provided Alok with the opportunity to meet Denefield School s new headteacher Lucy Dawe the chair of governors at the school and the Sixth Form leadership team including the Head Boy and Head Girl and their deputies Headteacher Lucy Dawe explained to Alok that the school has set about instilling students with the CHARACTER that they need to thrive in modern Britain which also stands for C onfident H appy A rticulate R esilient A mbitious C ourageous T olerant E mpathetic R espectful Kate McKim Deputy Head Girl at Denefield School also gave a speech at the presentation evening and spoke to Alok about CoGen a new student led social enterprise raising awareness of the widespread issue of child sexual exploitation CSE CoGen which was set up as part of the Young Enterprise project recently organised a stall at Denefield School s German Christmas Market during which they distributed handouts talked to visitors about CSE and organised a successful raffle To find out more about CoGen you can visit facebook com cogenye twitter com cogenye Alok Sharma said I was delighted to attend Denefield School s annual presentation evening Many congratulations to all the students who received certificates and trophies for all their hard work and a huge thank you also to the teaching staff led by Head Teacher Lucy Dawe for all their excellent teaching support and encouragement offered to pupils Despite only being in place in her new role for a few months it is clear that Ms Dawe who is hugely aspirational for all the students at Denefield is already having a big positive impact and is both hugely respected and greatly loved by the whole school community I wish her the best in her new role Alok continued It is

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